Travelodge Mt. Pocono
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Today we left Poughkeepsie for Philadelphia, via Milford, a historic town and in which the cemetery of which my Great, Great.....Grandfather General Daniel Brodhead is buried. The town of Milford was absolutely beautiful, soemthing I did not expect, with a very French influence. Many french bakeries and beautiful old homes. A visit to the old bookshop was rewarding as we found more books for our Nicholas and then on to the cemetery. ...
... all the faucets, shower, and yes - even the first time John used the toilet. First time we made ice cubes in the freezer, first time we dumped the gray and black water tanks. But most importantly, it was the first night we slept in our bed, now we can truly call this rig our "home". Although we quickly realized we need better blinds! Back to Wal-Mart for the millionth time this ...
... days and days: Delaware Water Gap. It's right on the border of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and I could not wait to be done with the state. So I once again had a town day. I might have considered pushing on into New Jersey that day, but for one, my feet were still sore from the boot debacle and I wanted to let them heal a little more, and for another, there was supposed to be a lot of rain that night, and boy, was there. I ate dinner at a pizza place with a couple ...
... down to Scranton. (Is that where the bananas were smashed?) The Garmin took us into downtown, we saw a teensy-weensy brown sign low to the ground saying Steamtown National Historic Site, with an equally teensy weensy arrow pointing straight ahead. Then nothing. Then the Garmin said to TURN LEFT.
That was not right. Unless we wanted to go to the Steamtown MALL. Since I already got my new sandals (in ...
... down the icy path to the barn and visited with the horses, brushing them and tacking them with the help of the barn staff. We mounted and began the first of our three trail rides during our stay. Although the icy roadway that led from the barn to the wooded trails offered some concern for the stability of the horses, the guide assured us the horses would be fine. "They do have four legs after all." It was still a bit scary. I didn't want to ...