Heritage Hills Golf Resort & Conference Center
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... then headed towards home. We swung thru KFC then the store and finally HOME. <b><u>SATURDAY June 6</u></b> - Woke this morning and it was the first morning in 8 days that it has not been raining or misting so we took the Mini to do our errands. First stop to the grocery store that we found on a previous visit that the Amish run that has LOW prices and it is a combination of Sams (large sizes), scratch and dent store and a butcher ...
Today is the final day to pack and prepare the motorhome for our trip to our 49th state and back. This will be the first trip to Alaska in the motorhome we purchased last spring to replace the trailer we had used as our home on the last two trips to Alaska. We are hoping that without the need to set up our accommodations each night this trip will be a little easier on our bodies although our home will also be our wheels as ...
... six riders, two ramps, and a thirty-foot gap between them – and a roaring crowd. In the first round the task was for each of them to show their competence with the same stunts; in the second, it was to show their style. After each stunt, the crowd roared with approval, as did I.
The motocross show – and the rest of the fair, for that matter – was a lot of fun. But the experience made me suddenly realize that I ...
... Jacob Stroud in 1799. His family founded Stroudsburg in the mid-1700s.
Much of the afternoon, we are traveling west and south on US-209 and PA-443, through Brodheadsville, Weissport, New Ringgold, Schuylkill Haven and Pine Grove. We ride through Swatara State Park, opened in 1987 and still largely undeveloped.
We are in Pennsylvania's coal country, riding through town with names like Port Carbon, Minersville, and Coaldale. We pass mines, ...
... on his horse Traveler at the top of the Virginia monument sitting on the confederate side looking at Cemetery Ridge. He is looking out at the battlefield from about the position he was in during the actual battle. When you get to the next to last stop which is the Union side of the same battlefield you find General Meade Sitting on his horse (Old Baldy) watching the battle from his side. Very cool!
So many amazing stories about all the brave ...