Red Roof Inn Pittsburgh North Cranberry Township
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... Most go to see the major cities and the national parks all of which are impressive and admirable. Few ever wander unsupervised into the wilderness of crops that mark out the heartland. This is a shame, for any chance at a real understanding of this complex and difficult country must come to terms with this vast tract of land and its millions of highly productive inhabitants.
Finally, we did reach our far horizon and the plains petered out. We loped into ...
... Afterwards we wandered through Oakland and UPitts campus, and found ourselves in an old favorite gastropub by the name of Fuel and Fuddle, where we were met by our old friend from the fund Jacob and his girlfriend Kim, both of whom still work for the organization, but who happened to be out of town (north of Pittsburgh!) when we contacted them from DC. When we made plans to meet up I didn't even realize it was Jacobs ...
... of one month at a time. It dresses up the bare walls and creates a lot of interest. Mary wanted to display some of Brian's photography and some of Brian's father's clay sculptures. With help from the church, they put on a very nice reception with beverages, cheese and other yummy stuff. It was very well received and Mary did a wonderful job of choosing and displaying the photos. I'm very proud of her and we are very glad we ...
... Ford dealer.
The service people were very helpful and took us right in. They changed 3 hoses and the fuel filter and we were on our way back to pick up the camper.
We arrived at the Gisselbeck's about 2000. They wanted us to park in the driveway and it was a bit difficult. Jim took out the neighbor's mailbox. When Loren came home, we went to dinner.
The weather was rather ...
Floyd and Joyce picked us up for breakfast at Panera's. Jim and Floyd went to the VA to help the Vets go to Bingo. Joyce and I went shopping and took her mother, Rose, to a doctor's appointment.
We met Toni, Richard, and Danielle at Chili's for dinner. After dinner we went to the VFW to play Bingo.