Knights Inn Somerset
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... green eyes. The darker colored one came right up to Fox. It's funny how Fox would rather play with cats than other dogs, but all the more odd is how many people travel with their cats.
Before we leave here, we plan to visit Fort Ligonier, a fort built by the British during the French and Indian War. Just a little more early American history.
Bye for now. Stay well.
We left Cumberland , MD at 6 a.m., 55 degrees, brisk! We drove through the following states: Maryland, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, and spent the night in Champaign, Illinois. 86 degrees when we stopped for the night. Miles traveled today 580.6. TOTAL MILES - 861.6
Our bathroom door handle had a piece break inside the mechanism causing the door to lock shut and we had to disassemble to get in and out. Eddie forgot ...
... get a taxi. We see a taxi pull up and two others jump in, we go over and ask the taxi driver how much it would cost to get us to Greensburg. He says it would be about $25, so we think that is reasonable and get him to call his taxi company to call out another driver for us. The current taxi driver says he doesn’t mind if we want to car pool with the other two, so it gives him the business, we don’t care, however the couple in the back have some mean attitude and yell ...
Dropped Rosie off at a "very swanky" doggie day-care". It couldn't have been more impressive when we arrived. But when we picked her up:
<ul><li>The receptionist, when asked how Rosie did, quickly said "she did very well!" (She lied)</li><li>The handler, when if Rosie ate all he food, quickly said, "oh yeah, she ate it all up" (she lied; ...
After a crazy few days of packing for my humans and preparing the house for new residents, we have begun our journey! We enjoyed pretty reasonable traffic, an absence of rain, very interesting feathery cloud arrows, and a beautiful sunset as we drove.
We stopped at this really cool place for dinner that had what they call "carhops." You would think by their name that they would resemble my ...