Pocono Inn At Water Gap
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... makes sense of the many confusing directions of the GPS. For example, "In one quarter of a mile, keep left, bear right, keep left, take ramp on right to highway 1 676 West, 200 south, North Bound, then take exit on right!!"
Later we arived in Philadelphia, a little confusion as the GPS led us into a less than desirable area ( we needed 12th avenue, not 12th street), but we made it safe and sond to our lovely hotel!
Time for Sav!
... br> a different environment to what I expected and probably not the norm.
Prices weren't terrible, $2.25 for a small load, $4.75 for a large
load of washing and 25 cents for 7 minutes of drying. We got mostly
up to date with $8.50.
Then onto Mahlon Dickerson Campground
in Morris County NJ. It's beautiful, a state park few amenities on
offer but they had water and electric and hot, clean ...
It's incredible how quickly my last moth in Asia has gone by. In the beginning it felt like I would be out here forever, and now I'm on fast forward. I've met so many people that have become good friends, experienced so many firsts, eaten delicious (and not so delicious) foods, cried a bit, laughed a lot and made many memories. I've learned more about myself than ...
Before we head out to the great beyond all on our own, we thought it would be a good idea to take a mini drive up to the Hermitage to visit my Dad and Cyndi. There were certainly some milestones during this quick over night trip. First, I sat on my perch as navigator in the rig for the first time. There were many other firsts - first time we filled up the fresh water tank, first time ...
... less be discomfited by it. They let me stride across the fields of jagged, uneven rocks almost like I was walking on flat ground. The problem was everything else about the boots. I thought that since they were a pair I already owned I wouldn't really need to break them in, but they were definitely not broken in enough for the type of hiking I was doing, and I almost immediately got blisters on both my heels. On top of that, they tended to constrict my toes a ...