Hominy Ridge Lodge and Cabins
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... the river still has lots of ice flow in it - amazing considering it is now May. Travelled thru some really pretty villages including Ellicotville which seems to be basically a ski resort - snow still on some runs, certainly not enough to ski on but good for tourist photos!
Arrived in Dubois Pennsylvania which was to be our overnight stop - why Dubois you ...
I hate roads rips because well yes they have good times but this one mostly had bad times. Most of the time we were in the car seeing mountains and a lot of the roads were so bumpy and it made my stomach hurt and it also made my head hurt and we barely ever had silence. I never want to go on a road trip again. - ...
... pm we rolled away from our house and are now 31 miles from our first campground, Clear Creek State Park in western PA. We should be there by 10 pm. Clara is asleep and Serena is explaining to Ron just how horrible the Disney show "Dog with a Blog" is. That discussion inspired by my current activity. Tomorrow is our longest driving day--should take about 11 hours to get to the next reserved campground in Wisconsin. Good news is that we will cross ...
A mountainous, foggy, rainy, and yet pretty driving day - only about 4 1/2 hours today, more our norm. We got checked into our campground, got set up, and took advantage of the fact that the sun and warmer temps had appeared, by going for a nice swim in the very comfortable (and almost empty) pool! ...
... stock up before we left, so we were prepared.
Cook Forest State Park is located in NW Pa. It is beautiful and has a portion of the park called the Forest Cathedral (aka the Black Forest) which is a National Landmark because of its dense concentration of Hemlock and White Pines. The canopy that these trees creates a dark and spooky landscape. The floor of this part of the forest is green with various ferns, mosses ...