Monroe Heights Clarion
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Clarion
... populated part. On the final approach to Dan and Susan's we found ourself in a gently winding narrow rural road flanked with plush green trees and fields with crops and dappled light through forested areas and then their lovely home, all light-filled with large spaces and views out over fields and birdsong and a treed ridge and mountains beyond to one side, and a forested area to another. In the lounge room two grand ...
... most of the day through the Allegheny National forest in Pennsylvania. The great thing with these "back roads" is that they are in fantastic shape, very little traffic and the speed limit is 55 (90km). I feel safer riding on these roads than back home because you are basically on the road by yourself for most of the day. We stopped at a deer park for a quick break and we fed some of the deer. At one point we were riding over a small bridge across the ...
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. - ...
... Central Time Zone and tomorrow will be a 25 hour day for us! Our trailer is awesome and cozy and I look forward to sleeping in it tonight. We'll see how long that lasts. Quote of the day-- Ron: "Every time I look in the rear view mirror I see wolves. It's a little unsettling." (see attached photo) Miles driven = 332 Had Subway sandwiches for dinner. (This is notable only because Serena is crazy for Subway so we are keeping track of how many we ...
... we played on their 18 hole mini-golf course (a travesty, really, and they charged us for it! In terrible condition, but it was still something to do, without having to disconnect the car and go somewhere.
Tomorrow, only 3 hours, and we'll be at our old Ohio stomping grounds, Cedarlane, RV Park!