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... animals. A very large aquarium, so many types of large fish.
Dinner out again that night to the same restaurant as last night because it was so good. A most unfortunate thing happened to our waitress on her first night, her drinks tray over balanced and she wore the red wine down her front and spilt the beer over Georgie and broke a glass. Poor girl, who was probably in her early 20's, was ...
... on the side. It was very tasty.
On the way back from the restaurant, I stopped to gas up my bike. Then I decided I should check and fill my tires before returning to the motel. It feels good to get to the room prepared to ride first thing in the morning.
The final treat for the day is to finally have wifi connection tonight for the first time in 3 ...
... with my dinner, which I just drank :) .... thank you Tramp Dad again - what an awesome gesture, taking time to turn around and help us have a great evening! I hope these, and the other Trail Angels know how much of a difference their kindness makes to us - it is not just a one time "thank you for the soda/food or conversation.".........we all remember everyone, and talk about the kindness that you do for us regularly. Wednesday, June 25 2014 Really cool day of hiking, ...
... It is hot out, and Erwin is already having trouble with the heat...not good. I have to decide pretty quick if it will be safe for him to countinue. Around 7pm we ran into Hopeful and her family - they use to run Bears Den Hostel, back in 2008. Earlier in this hike we had contacted each other, and had planned to meet up along the trail. But I accidentally erased all their contact information. BUT, as the trail has a weird way of making things work, I ...
... in 1829 by David Yuengling and remains in the family five generations later. The current owner, also a Yuengling, has five daughters, one or more of which will have to buy the brewery from her father if they want to continue running it. Sale to the next generation has apparently been the tradition for passing down the brewery through the generations.
After Pottsville, we headed for Dickson City and Aunt Dolores. We had ...