Holiday Inn Express Wilkes Barre East
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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 ...
... row towards the young eagle and got pretty close until it clumsily flew away. To see them so close and flying away was nothing short of majestic! I can't forget about the deer - if there were lions and tigers and bears, this is the point I would say "oh my!" The things we like about Tunkhannock (besides its funny name): no cookie cutter homes, no streets are bigger than two lane, intersections are called junctions, total mom and pop stuff with a Walmart a respectable distance ...
... Accident on the interstate delayed us 30 minutes and by the time we arrived the hosts were not around. The 5 mile drive off the interstate to this hollow and grove through winding roads helped us get to a whole new level of narrow windy road driving while towing.
The campground was dreary and dark and closed in. the nearby creek had turned into a river. We looked around for a place to camp where we could ...
... by a garden of Cairn. A Cairn is a man-made pile (or stack) of stones and used as trail markers in many parts of the world. They vary in size from small stone markers to entire artificial hills, and in complexity from loose, conical rock piles to delicately balanced sculptures and elaborate feats of megalithic engineering. Today, cairns are often erected as landmarks and a variety of other reasons, such as burial monuments, and as ceremonial and ...
... stand properly nor put anything up to elevate my position. Due to this, I was forced to look up at my view screen during the whole show, creating a heck of a neck creak.
Once the show had completed, load out went really smoothly. We (as in the video crew) were done by 1:30am, which is a nice change from previous venues. One more show and I will have a day off in Toronto. I’m looking forward to it.