Cape Man's Dory

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8 nights at the Farnsworth Cabin near Clarendo ,PA in the Allegheny National Forest. The Cabin was built in 1930 by the CCC to suppport the trout hatchery . Word is the stream holds small native Brook Trout.
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Duplicate.
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Beautiful area, been there many years ago, enjoy your stay! :D Tom
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Cape Man, Are you and AA watching the weather?? Still a Tropical Storm (Idalia) but forecasted to be a CAT 3!! Jeff

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Opening the updates from NOAA as they post them. Spoke with my son this morning. Nothing I can do from here. Hoping for the best, but someone is going to get a STORM! Have seen a lot of different houses on this trip. Has given me lots of ideas on rebuilding... 8)
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In the meantime, I'm busy...
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Nice little Brookie Craig. Wishing Idalia goes well north of Tampa for you. Tom
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5 months, 26 days, 25 states, 3 Canadian Provinces, and just over 26,000 miles! Home is sweet!
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Wonderful adventure, wonderful account. Thanks. What a great way to bust open retirement. :D
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Great adventure Cape Man!! Glad you guys are back home safe and sound!!! Jeff

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