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Sep 6, 2017 - Ye Olde Mill Campground (9/5 - 9/10/17)

We spent six nights in a very small community called Burnt Cabins, PA at Burnt Cabins Grist Mill & Campground. We were in site #35. They honor Passport America and Good Sam. The campground was basically just a parking lot, but it was a very nice place to stay. The park had many semi-permanent campers of people working the Pennsylvania pipeline. There was a great country store that was well stocked, a nice laundry and on the property was a grist mill. I think it is only open on weekends, but the little store sells cornmeal, pancake and...

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Jul 10, 2017 - Burnt Cabin, Pennsylvania

It is Monday morning and we are both awake early. We finish the last minute packing of the RV and hook up the trailer. We meet with friends for breakfast at the Cracked Egg and say our goodbyes. We decide to take the AC Expressway and the PA Turnpike to head west. This is not our normal route but we do not normally travel in July. All goes well. The RV is happy. We get around Philadelphia with little trouble. Of course, there is some road construction and some traffic but it is not bad. We stop to top off the gas tank. We consider stopping...

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Jul 26, 2013 - Pennyslvania crossing

7-26-13, Friday Well, the day has arrived. We are ready to leave Kinsman Ohio and my brother’s place. I surely will miss my brother Don, but not the mosquitos that abound in his vicinity! We broke camp (scary description) around 10:30am. Jerry got hooked up to the trailer and managed to my delight; miss my Motorhome upon his exit down the hill. The applause was deafening! Ok, it was just me, but I had bad thoughts. Now it was my turn. I made Barb and Bridget get out of the Motorhome before I would lower the leveling jacks and back off the...

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Aug 27, 2011 - Hurricane Irene

Got a knock on our door alittle after noon notifying us that they were evacuating the entire campground by 4pm - they felt there was going to be so much rain that would be saturating the roots of the trees, causing some to fall & putting RVs & people in danger! We specifically picked the Hershey TT campground feeling we would be out of harms way during the storm! So we got out the camp books & started making phone calls for any campgrounds at least 100 miles east - Rained on us good many times on our drive here, pretty nerve racking - saw a...

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