Motel 6 Pittsburgh - Cranberry
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... is the archetype of the hard row. In Australia, failure was more common than success and the desert often reclaimed its own and more. The national character reflects this; a little cynical and little sardonic and not always optimistic. Australians, in comparison with the Americans, are urbanites with urban sensibilities. No wonder we often see members of these two English-speaking tribes talking but not communicating.
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... a pleasure to see him of course. They dropped us off at Colin's place of employ, the historic priory and hotel in the north shore, and enjoyed seeing the cathedral still standing from 1852 and taking in a few drinks. One final stop before bed at Murray ave grill for what Laura said has surpassed all others as her NEW favorite veggie burger and we were ready to put the cap on the 'burgh! See yinz next time, we're off to ...
... on the road again (note the country misic reference!) and head towards Fallingwater, the location of the last house that we were visiting. The drive was through some lovely country, a state park, away from the city. The house is set in the middle of a forest and a stream runs under it....stunning. Google it and you'll see what I mean. About an hour later we hit the road again and stop at a small cafe where we noticed some Harleys parked ...
... I guess Klondikes are the rage.
- apparently, my light-wood, parquet dining room table is 'dated'. (I'm now making a hand gesture w/ a finger)
- I could have made lots on a leaf blower.
- Hide clothes not-for-sale well. A woman wanted to buy my bra.
- you might as well just give away sweaters, books and pumpkin pillows.
- buy packaging supplies at U-Haul; ...
Woke up about 0730 and got ready to head off for Chesterland, OH. Floyd came about 0830 and we all went to breakfast. Back at the campground, we said goodbye, promising to come up more often now that we are retired.
About 40 miles before we arrived at Helen and Loren Gisselbeck's, we heard a loud bang. Jim thought it was a blowout so we pulled t the shoulder. It wasn't the tires. Jim ...