Holiday Inn Express Wilkes Barre East
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... or so from the parking lot! George weighs 30 lbs. This was NOT going to work. Unless, we could park the car in the FIRE LANE which was only about 50 feet from the sign. I don't know what the Park Ranger thought of George but he let us do it. I suspect he was thinking something like "Just give the crazy people what they want and they'll leave."
Then we parked on the street downtown and scouted for lunch. ...
... enjoyed a great day together.
My boat crew was made up of a Vietnam era Marine (yellow PFD), two Army Reserve CGOs (two in the middle) and a Airman (back left behind bucket) who worked in Iraq as a Combat Controller before leaving the service. His wife (far left front) was also with us.
Hello again from NEPA. We've had so much fun since the last post, I don't know where to start. I'll do my best to keep it short and sweet :) First up, we've enjoyed Trip Advisor's recommended 3 of 11 things to do while in Tunkhannock: The Dietrich Theater, a non chain, restored 4 screen movie house in quaint downtown; Nimble Hill Vineyard & Winery with our new bff's; and Creekside Gardens - a groovy place to hangout. We also stumbled across one of many ...
Greetings from the Endless Mountains! We've been in Tunkhannock, PA for the past few weeks and are in LOVE with this quaint mountain town that the Susquehanna River runs through. We're here to celebrate the Memorial Day weekend with friends and also James will be participating in the first annual MAN GAMES. What are the MAN GAMES you ask? Well, our gracious host, Frank, wanted to create a weekend of competitive male bonding with ax throwing, archery, skeet shooting and the like ...
... highways traveling south that we took from Burlington took us through the farmland of Vermont. Green pastures with newly plowed black soil contrasted against the spring green colors of a never ending forest. Picture opportunities were everywhere but we knew we had to push on since this would be our longest driving day of our trip.
It took us most of 2 1/2 hours of slowly driving through the back roads ...