Comfort Inn Harrisburg
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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The Blog is short as we are mainly just driving to get down to Florida. The weather had gotten colder and there are few campgrounds left open. So for these reasons combined with my (Lorrie) poor health made the decision to get headed to Florida for some R & R time. The last week has been a whirlwind of moving and driving....we forget where we are in the mornings! While driving thru Boston the motorhome started making some nasty noises. Since we ...
... the Amish live. It was strange seeing the girls in their dresses and the men in their hats and suspenders. It was a little surreal and a strange mix of time as their horse and buggies passed by the McDonalds and there were stalls for horses next to parking spaces for cars. Besides the intense smell of horse poop in the air the towns were all very nice. The farmland looks picture perfect and the trees along the roads were all still nice reds and oranges and ...
This morning we were up before the crack of dawn. The rain
had been coming down all night like predicted and the motorhome was muggy and
warm all night. Ted was up early for his now, expert sponge bath as he
did not want to wait until the park rangers came in to open the showers at
their leisure. We left and thought we would try and take the parkway this
time and pretend we were ...
... use. Phone reception is not always available so we are not able to access the information that way either. Girl at check in told me they stopped printing the book in 2012 and we were very fortunate to have one. Lucky us to have been given it in the early days of our travels.
Went to Lockleys restaurant (with a Robin Hood theme) for dinner. Had a lovely meal which did not cost the earth. The hotel donates 5% of the food bill to one of 3 charities they have selected for the month.
... the planners wanted to keep this area clear. So it became the custom that the people who bought land near the river would donate the river front area to the city, allowing the uninterrupted park that we have today.
Along the way is a monument of people lined up and the Great Iriquois Law "In our deliberations, we must consider the impact on the next 7 generations"
Nowadays it seems this Law has been modified to "In our deliberations, we must consider how this ...