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Jun 25, 2019 - DeNoi Family Time

What a fun week we had visiting Dennis’ family in Northwestern Pennsylvania. We stayed at the same campground from past visits but now it is called Adventure Bound-Shenango. We arrived in time on Sunday to enjoy a wonderful Father’s Day gathering at Dennis’ sisters’ home. Carole and Pete only live a few miles from the campground and everyone, to include Dennis’ brother, Tony and his wife, Karen, minus Dennis’ older sister, Beverly. Lots of good food and catching up with everyone! The majority of our time in the area was spent visiting; we...

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Aug 25, 2017 - Shenango Corps of Engineers Park (8/21 - 8/24/17)

We were in site #70 right on the lake. This is a nice park with big spaces. With our Senior Access Pass it cost us $12 a night. Gotta love that price!! Our main reason for staying here was to see our very good friend, Jess Mann. He is a French professor at Westminster College in New Wilmington, PA which is only about 20 minutes away. On Tuesday evening we had dinner with Jess at Combine Brothers Italian Restaurant in Hermitage. Great food and a great visit!! On Wednesday Tim took the Jeep into town to get a new set of tires (they were...

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Aug 14, 2017 - Family Time

As we were visiting our friends, Matt and Bryan, in Michigan we realized just how close Dennis’ Pennsylvania family was to us and when we found out it was his Aunt Dolly’s 88th birthday that is where we headed. We stayed one night at Maumee Bay State Park since it was ½ way in between and we knew it was a great park from a previous stay there 5 years ago. After a good night’s rest we headed to Sharpsville/Transfer area of Pennsylvania. We had 6 wonderful days there visiting two of his sisters, Bev and Carole and his brother, Moe. We had...

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Aug 21, 2010 - Pro Football Hall of Fame and overnight in PA

We left Zanesville Friday morning and did not go far before our first stop at the Zane Gray and National Road Museum. The National Road was started way back in Washington’s time and was a route from Cumberland MD to Vandalia IL. This museum has a diorama that continues for 3 walls of the museum ( approx 130 feet) that depicts the road from beginning to end and in different stages of construction. This is an interesting history lesson for a civil engineer. The life and history of Zane Gray is depicted along with a replica of his study and...

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