Four Points By Sheraton Scranton
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... holes, the Boathouse, at Lake Winola where James got his pool grove back, had fun times watching weekly line dancing lessons, and met a "boatload" of fun people. The Military Man Games was nothing short of a blast! The Viking theme was fun and only added to the "manliness" of the day. While there were no clubs, ransacking or slaughters, a good time was had by all! Top spot went to a veteran of the Air Force - much to the dismay of James. P.S. For inquiring ...
... men. Can you hear the Tim the Tool-man grunts? I can :) GO NAVY! Our first adventure here, Frank invited us to go kayaking with he and his girlfriend, Carla. Did I mention gracious hosts? What an awesome day. We got to see a fox preying on geese, which I totally believe we saved because he ran as we got closer. Saved their lives we did! Then there was a momma eagle and her young un' hanging out high in the trees. The momma quickly flew off while young one stayed. We were ...
Another gem in our National Parks system, Steamtown tells the story of the role that steam railroading played in the development of our country. The park occupies 40 acres of the Scranton, Pennsylvania railroad yard of the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad, once one of the largest rail yards in the country. At its peak it employed 4000 workers and had bays to service 40 steam locomotives at one time.
... it does just that. Upon arriving at our first official stopping point: Cozy Creek Family Campground in Tunkhannock, PA. The damn RV’s bedroom slide would/will not deploy. Not only would it NOT deploy, but it did it in such a way that it snapped the bed frame in half! Given the very real likelihood that we might not get this thing back where it should be, we pulled, we pushed, and finally jammed the thing back in place. So, no harm no fowl. The ...
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Because we had a nice dock to work with, we had a moderately quick load in. I was done with my screens by about 3:30. Afterwards I went ahead with getting my camera set up. Due to an awkward position, I had a heck of a time with my back when the show was over. The camera was set to where the tripod was elevated to its highest point. With a short platform and a short seat there was no room for me ...