Colonial Inn Motel
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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 ...
... were with men in scoring position; 4 with two men in scoring position, and 4 with the bases loaded. Five times Cyclone batters struck out looking. Can't get hits with the bat on the shoulder. The Scrappers, meanwhile, struck out only 4 times, leaving only 5 men on base.
The not-quite-saving grace was the fielding, which was really excellent. We saw a good half-dozen stellar plays, and the Cyclones have a shortstop ...
... and we had a great time sharing a few stories about the family. After dinner, Chris and Stephanie headed back to the KOA, and CIndy and I soon followed after picking up our truck from Kimmie and Donnie's house. All in all, Meadville was very different than I expected. It was surprisingly emotional for me to see all of the places. Even the places I vaguely remembered from my last visit, like the Kerr farm, were vastly different ...
... tasty, and they had a decent selection of bottled microbrews for us to try. We all ordered appetizers, and burgers or sandwiches for dinner. After we ate, Kimmie and Donnie came back to the KOA to check out our trailers, then headed off after making plans to rendezvous in the late morning for a lunch and to give Kimmie a chance to play tour guide.
Today's drive was exhausting. The winding mountain roads were beautiful, but the ...
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 ...