Residence Inn by Marriott Scranton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So I have finally arrived at Perlman Camp in Pennsylvania after a long journey and suffering from a bit of jet lag! Journey out felt long but was grand - who knew you could have as many complimentary drinks as you want! I watched The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 1, American Sniper and tried to get some sleep ...
... I was a kid. I don't particularly remember, but my brother says we did. I know we used to go to the Connecticut Trolley Museum. Now here's an OLD MEMORY - the wallpaper in my room when I was little had TRAINS on it. I'm sure of that!!
I also remember having a felt banner (pennant) tacked on my wall (people never get banners anymore - I wonder why that is?) with a train on it. Hmm... I wonder if it was ...
... of a road dash on that bridge. On the way back to NEPA, we stopped and checked out the Delaware Water Gap, which FYI, is not in Delaware ;) Next stop, an invite from our new Boathouse friend, Garrett, to a NASCAR race at Pocono Raceway, at the end of turn one on the fence of the infield - that's a mouthful! GO Danica and Jr.! The race was exciting and the people watching more exciting. There were million dollar rigs, repurposed school buses and everything ...
... row towards the young eagle and got pretty close until it clumsily flew away. To see them so close and flying away was nothing short of majestic! I can't forget about the deer - if there were lions and tigers and bears, this is the point I would say "oh my!" The things we like about Tunkhannock (besides its funny name): no cookie cutter homes, no streets are bigger than two lane, intersections are called junctions, total mom and pop stuff with a Walmart a respectable distance ...
... highways traveling south that we took from Burlington took us through the farmland of Vermont. Green pastures with newly plowed black soil contrasted against the spring green colors of a never ending forest. Picture opportunities were everywhere but we knew we had to push on since this would be our longest driving day of our trip.
It took us most of 2 1/2 hours of slowly driving through the back roads ...