Knights Inn Pittsburgh/Bridgeville
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Initially we came to Pittsburgh looking to see the Andy Warhol museum and visit the Carnegie Hall where the last lecture was given... And then we saw the sky and knew we had to find a spot for sunset. The top hit was Mount Washington. Getting there was pretty cool, the mountain side was filled with full house style houses. And freeways through mountains. Once you get to Mount Washington stay on Grandview Ave for the ...
Jon: We were stunned to find that suddenly, the day of our return to Pittsburgh was upon us. Our trusty shuttle driver showed up early, after texting us to let us know he was coming, and we were soon at the United terminal of LAX. We were once again stunned there, when we saw the overwhelming line of passengers waiting to even by admitted to the terminal. We had our doubts about whether the 2 hours we had allowed would be enough, but it turned ...
... performance of the Harlem Shake!!! (Featuring Andrew's spectacular juggling skills!) Oh, and tonight was taco night too, so...pretty much win-win. Now we are off for a special prayer walk through the community complete with another special reflection activity once we return back to the site called "Malaysian Prayer". Wish us luck for the rest of the evening, and as we continue the week. We are excited to see and get to know the kids better as the week ...
... our passports. I found Jim's in the file container in the truck but mine wasn't there. So, in a panic, we called Dawn and asked her to look for mine at home. She did later in the day and said it wasn't there. When we stopped, I looked in a drawer in the camper and found it. Crisis averted.
We spent the night at the Cases' and decided we would sleep in the camper the next night. It's just easier than having to pack a ...
... farms. They eventually married and somehow arrived at buying the abandoned property. Tony was an agriculture major but expressed the difficulty of figuring out how to run a business. Within 3 years he started a co-op that grew to 40 farms shipping to DC. An amazing feat. He said there was a clear booming trend and interest in organics over the past years which has been good for them. Clouds started to move in. I'm exhausted.
Health: Sore back ...