Hampton Inn Clearfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... the RV and left at 10:30. John and Beckett were going to relax in the RV while they were working on me. However, my dentist, upon learning that we would be gone for several weeks, said he would like to wait til we get back to do it in case there were problems with the temporary cap.
We drove to Ryan's and Nichole's home in Canal Fulton to pick up their scooter which they generously offered to let us borrow ...
... decline. I do pass a good bit of functioning industry along the way (Including Del Grosso's tomato sauce factory--complete with its own amusement park!) but I wouldn't say this area feels like a real industrial hub. I take a peaceful sideroad along the river instead of following the highway. Along the way I spot a cool carving of a toothy face and mushrooms and flowers mad out of a tree stump. An ...
... Main Street which ends with an old paper factory right next to the mountain. On the west side the houses are also pressed right against the wooded slopes, giving it a cozy, old school industrial mountain town feel. Many of these houses are quite beautiful as well--giant homes each with their unique flair--turrets, vine covered walls... some showing their age a bit, but still beautiful. Somehow with the rain and the lush scenery this reminds me of ...
... continues through a thinly populated area along the Little Juniata River. Sometimes rising up and cutting through a ridge, revealing the angled rock layers--evidence of the massive upheaval of the earth's surface leading to the creation of these mountains... other times the road follows the river, with rusty metal bridges crossing from time to time to whatever ...
... these are destination roads and I recommend you check them out in Google Maps using the satellite option. They are as follows:
Sea to the Sky Highway (West Vancouver, BC through Squamish and Whistler to Lillooet, BC, Route 99)
Rocky Mountain National Park (Colorado, Routes 34 and 36) Note, route 36, which was the road I took from Denver to Ohio ends (begins) in Estes CO which is at the entrance to RMNP.