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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... the RV and left at 10:30. John and Beckett were going to relax in the RV while they were working on me. However, my dentist, upon learning that we would be gone for several weeks, said he would like to wait til we get back to do it in case there were problems with the temporary cap.
We drove to Ryan's and Nichole's home in Canal Fulton to pick up their scooter which they generously offered to let us borrow ...
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 ...
... the river still has lots of ice flow in it - amazing considering it is now May. Travelled thru some really pretty villages including Ellicotville which seems to be basically a ski resort - snow still on some runs, certainly not enough to ski on but good for tourist photos!
Arrived in Dubois Pennsylvania which was to be our overnight stop - why Dubois you ...
We had a trip down memory lane today with a pitstop in State College the home of Pennsylvania State University. Our friend Triposo told us the Uni had a festival on that featured free food and a pie eating contest. Excited at the prospect of free food we drove around what must be the biggest university in the world (slight exaggeration) until we were lost. With nothing resembling free food or pie covered students we took to ...
... 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 ...