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... 5 other campers there for the night. Self check in. Very positive stay.
While we were in the pretty town of State College, we did visit the Penn State campus. Huge, multi million dollar athletic facilties. Be sure to check out Jim's video below.
We are making final preparations for the trip. It is amazing how much stuff you can cram into a backpack and carry on suitcase! The visas and passports have arrived, and all that is left is wrapping up the last few days of the school year and finalizing the last minute details before our flight leaves next Saturday. There is still a lot to do, but I am sure these last four days will fly by. Wish us ...
... one that I can easily remember. As you may have noticed I didn't get it right once while writing this, that was on purpose however when we were there I couldn't get it right to save my life. What makes it even more confusing is that all the P'burghs I mentioned are towns we have been too, driven past, will be driving past or staying at so it made it impossible to have a normal conversation. Thanks P'burgh whichever one you were. ...
... and nestled between the Pocono and Endless Mountains, is surrounded by nature.
Just ten miles from the city is Lackawanna State Park, where visitors are welcome to sail or ice skate across the 198-acre Lackawanna Lake. But there's no need to leave the city to enjoy the great ...
... time. And the most commonly utilized anti-aging products are eye creams that focus on wrinkles, particularly those creases onto the skin around the eyes. The reason for this is because the skin near the eye is the thinnest when compared to the rest of the face. Therefore, with exposure to the sun, dryness and free radicals; wrinkles will develop. This is the reason why the number of firms launching eye wrinkle ...
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