Tara - A Country Inn
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... Can't wait to get home tomorrow and see our babies, I really miss the kitties! My mom took really good care of them so they probably won't care when we get home. Thanks Mom for taking care of them, Love you!!!! Only 330 to go tomorrow so a short one. Will post when we get home. Can't say I missed the traffic but cannot wait to cross the PA border. PS. Thanks To my dear (Shane) for driving and Keeping us safe and shiny side up!!!! Love ...
It's a pretty long drive from home to Youngstown; took us about 8 hours, including stops. Arrived in plenty of time to rest up a bit, though, before heading out to the ballgame. This week's fare: A-Ball. The game was between the Mahoning Valley Scrappers (Class A affiliate of the Cleveland Indians) and the Brooklyn Cyclones (or BKLYN, as they spell it on their jerseys--Class A affiliate of the New York Mets). You may recall that ...
... trip out, we decided to stop off for a day in Meadville so I could see where my family was from and to visit both my uncle, Bill, and to see Kimmie and Donnie in their native habitat.
Kimmie and Donnie were incredibly gracious hosts and tour guides. Chris, Steph, Cindy and I descended on their house around noon, and after a tour of their lovely home (including lots of renovations), we headed out to lunch together, joined by ...
Tonight's blog entry should have been from Two Mile Run County Park in Franklin, PA. But after a string of successes picking RV parks online, I finally hit a dud. The result was a last minute relocation to the Meadville KOA, located much closer to my cousin Kimmie's home. This should make tomorrow a much easier day for us sightseeing around the old homestead of both the Teasdale and Kerr sides of my family!
The morning began in ...
We awoke at five o clock and all piled into the car saying goodbye to Amanda and society for three weeks. The day started out with a three hour trip to the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon but before that we got a bit of a history lesson on dads past, visiting Dan and the Kaughmans cabin. Then as we left one of the tires of the car went flat. After stopping for lunch and pumping up the tire we were on our way, or so we thought. Minutes ...