Log Cabin Lodge and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... the impact site. The Ranger gave a very informative talk that gave us background of the 4 targets and how they chose the flights. Since this flight was 25 minutes late leaving, after it was highjacked and some of the passengers made calls home they knew what had happened at the Trade Center and Pentagon so they decided to take matters in their own hands. These passengers did wait around for the inevitable but were concerned about the life of those on ...
... took a scenic route from Somerset PA to the west hoping to find a hotel, but the little towns along that road are barely blips in the road. Amazing scenery though and a bit harrowing for the driver. We went up and down some really steep hills and the car’s lower gears have been getting a good workout. I don’t know how anyone gets around in the winter. The hills are really really steep! ...
Okay, so it's kinda cutsey, but she IS our first grandchild. (For those of you who don’t know, Shannon’s daughter, Madison Grace Carey, made us grandparents, and where the #$% have you been?) So this entry has nothing to do with Maddie, but I just wanted to give a shout-out to my granddaughter, "HI, MADDIE!" (and it’s MY blog, so there).
Last night, ...
... landing, three steps a landing etc. A swimming pool was nestled up here, small, no room for laps, probably a very cool pool to chill off and chat. We are told Mrs. Kaufmann would sometimes sleep in the guest house when it was particularly hot opening all of the windows creating what could almost be considered a bedroom outside.
Flat roofed houses can be a problem and when the Kaufmann's moved in there were fifty leaks, this did get remedied. The Wrights ...
... holding a guest waiting to be fed. We decide to eat our apples, chocolate bars and wait until our destination to have our dinner.
Along the Purple Heart Trail in West Virginia everything is getting a little browner and we begin to count road kill. We are getting hungry and it is getting late. We know we are not going to arrive in Farmington until after the Inn closes. We are not worried because the owners entrusted us with ...