Red Roof Inn Allentown Airport
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... good to be home.Summary:
7/23-8/9 (18 days)
7,593 total miles
20 different states
24 total states (we rode thru Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and of course Pa. twice - when we went out and when we came back)
Averaged about 9 1/2-11 hours a day in saddle (except 1 day in San Francisco)
2 tender butts, red faces and tired bodies.
One VERY dirty bike
A mountain of laundry
Too many bills to count
He hit the road right after grabbing a bite and filling up the gas. We have about a 4 to 5 hour drive ahead of us and I'm determined to do it in less. I am amazed at how beautiful the state of New York is. I think you always think of the city and forget about the state. We came through Geneva and Seneca valley on the way to Watkins glen. It overlooked Seneca lake and was lined with vineyard after vineyard all overlooking the lake at varying heights. It was very nice and extremely ...
... spray me.....it was really musky, and smelled for about a 7 foot buffer zone around me! After we finished the photos, we released him the woods - out of harms way. (Then Bag Of Tricks thanked me for catching it..lol ) We said our goodbyes to Bag Of Tricks and Jester, then thanked them one last time for the trail magic.....and got back to hiking, a steep and rocky (as is all of PA!) trail awaited us. We hiked another 6 or 8 miles, talked to everyone at the shelter, ...
... many other prominent American figures like Francis Scott. My dad opted to stay at Starbucks while I went around the block to Fireman’s Hall, a simple historic alley that was once an alley for a local fire department. On the way back I stopped to see Christ Church that happens to be the church the Franklin and his wife attended, I also got to sit in the, supposed, spot he used to sit at. I then met back up with my dad ...
... arrived in 1878, the same year that a new courthouse was erected.
1897 saw the first of several trolley lines connecting Doylestown with Willow
Grove, Newtown and Easton beginning operation. A private sewer system and
treatment plant was authorized in 1903. The Borough took over and
expanded sewer service ...