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Travel Blogs from West Hazleton
We are about to set off for a lot of driving (and fossil fuel burning in the Burb) and eye opening sights in the great American west. I created this to let family and friends ( who give a darn) keep up with us. I cannot wait for my husband and girls to have their many 'first sight' moments. May the Great Spirit send us smooth ...
... only have 6,252 miles left to go. Ouch. Our first night was planned to be to Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, that is a familiar stop coming or going from previous travels. The camping begins once we are south of the Mason Dixon line and temperatures and general weather conditions are reasonable. I paid dearly for not planning and packing a little better as things we needed were in several different packing containers.
... when she has a leash on, but if I take it off she's fine. And she knows she gets brushed to look all pretty before she goes out to run :) What a little princess!
Speaking of little princesses, congratulations to Valerie on getting her license! She is growing up so fast! And she looks adorable driving her new car.
Oh the woes of packing everything but the kitchen sink. I have packed before but always thrown everything in the truck as Bob follows, it's different this time, he's staying home. Will have to look at all that stuff again on Monday. I need every item on that bike n more. Oh well. Refining begins ...
Headed to Hickory Run state park. The boys want to see the Nascar racing at Poconos, tomorrow so this is not faraway. They warn you about black bears here, so hope we have no encounters!
Camped among lots of trees. Lots of moss here too, so must stay wet and damp alot of the year, rain and snow.
Sunday 9th June
The boys were up early ...
- Free parking
- Pets allowed