The Inn At Narrows Creek
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Got some sleep at a truck stop in Pa and we are back on the road. Making up time for the late start.
Zipped through Ohio. Shuffled past Indiana and sloshed into Illinois. 620 miles and time to get some eats and much needed rest. See you in the ...
... no particular reason other than it is about half way between Niagara and Williamsburg where we want to be tomorrow..
Found a a really nice place for a drink and dinner called the Treasure Lake Ski Lodge - friendly locals and staff. They don't ski there any more so not sure why the name remains bit still a cool place.
So here ends our day - goodnight.
... 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. ...
... pm we rolled away from our house and are now 31 miles from our first campground, Clear Creek State Park in western PA. We should be there by 10 pm. Clara is asleep and Serena is explaining to Ron just how horrible the Disney show "Dog with a Blog" is. That discussion inspired by my current activity. Tomorrow is our longest driving day--should take about 11 hours to get to the next reserved campground in Wisconsin. Good news is that we will cross ...
Our start south began in another pour rain. Our drive while short in miles (about 150) took 3 hours because of the weather and the Pennsylvania country roads which were the only way to get to this remote park. If not for the weather the ride would have been incredible with the Pa farms and forest as scenery. The rain, while towing a camper on mostly two lane roads, leaves you holding the wheel so tight that your ...