Hershey Travel Inn
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... King and Queen Seat. This huge rock outcrop above Deer Creek provided great views in the waning daylight. It’s believed to have once been a ceremonial meeting place for the Susquehannock people and was suggested to us by Sandy’s uncle. We climbed around on the rocks for a bit and got some pictures then headed back. We had dinner with her family again and started getting our stuff packed ...
... in the dark we never investigated it until the next day. When we went to take the motorhome for a test drive and found out we couldn't retract the slide outs . Aaaghhh ...so. We found an RV place and bought some hydraulic oil and filled up and with fingers crossed tried again and Voila the slides went in. We breathed a sigh of relief. We are. Hoping that is the end of the issue. While camped at Jonestown, PA we went into Harrisburg (capital of PA) for ...
... to lose their leaves. In Lancaster we stopped at a farmers market and bought some fresh eggs and cheese from the locals. We also split an awesome chicken pot pie stew that really hit the spot. We continued driving through the country and found a nut and candy bulk store where we stocked up on trail mix goodies and everything I needed to make granola bars as we were all out. We didn’t buy any chocolate because our next stop was Hershey, home ...
... well, we were going close and it had chocolate and
.....don't even. You would too we bet! We got into PA and stopped
to get our propane topped off since we used a lot the last 5 days of
We found propane at a U Haul business and the guy was super
cautious and made us shut off everything and get out of the vehicle. This
was the first time this has happened when we have filled up. Glad we ...
... along broad river valleys. The countryside featured acres of corn or forests of autumn shades. We eventually arrived, just in time for a bite of tea and a swim.
We explored the area around Lancaster which is made up of lots of farm land and little villages, as well as covered bridges. Saw several Amish families going about their daily business, many of the businesses are owned and run by ...