Hilton Garden Inn Wilkes Barre
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... up on a hill with no drainage issues. Safe, bright and cheery. We unhooked Mr. Toad just as the skies opened up again with a thunderstorm of rain. We set up the satellite to record the Giants game and headed out to a local pizza place to get an easy warm meal. Then settled in to watch the baseball game till wee hours of the morning again as the constant rain beat down on roof, thankful we made the right decision.
... say never!
Tunkhannock, PA not only gave us a great opportunity to visit with Tom and Linda, but was a prime location to be able to enjoy Ricketts Glen State Park. Taking the “Falls Trail”, we lingered and enjoyed 18 named falls including Mohawk – 37’, Delaware -37’, Mohican – 39’, Ozone – 60’, and Ganoga -94’. We both have always loved waterfall trail hikes and have traversed them in ...
... stage left.
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 ...
... we rode 845 kms from Bristol, Virginia through West Virginia, Maryland and finally Pennsylvania straight up Interstate 81. It was overcast all day and we did encounter some drizzling rain but only for about an hour.
The mountains of Virginia and the rolling hills and fields of West Virginia were spectacular. We had an amazing view of the river ...
... of E8s sitting in the parking lot. What a commuter vehicle those would make!
On Thursday, we bundled everything back up again and headed out for the Lancaster/Hershey area. Hope to get a ride on the Strasburg Railroad and see some of the sights in this part of the state. We hear it is considered the more picturesque part of the state. We'll see.
More from the road when we get to Lancaster.