Bob took off work Monday and Tuesday. I planned Monday’s activities; Bob was in charge of Tuesday’s activities. As one would expect, Monday was filled with photographic opportunities. I am sharing the fruit of those photographic opportunities with you throughout this week.
We departed home (Warren, PA) around 9:00 am. We didn’t return home until 9 hours later! We drove through several western Pennsylvania counties. Our first stop was in Clarion, PA. Our second stop was at Brady’s Bend Overlook and East Brady. Our third stop was in Parker. We made a few photo stops while on the road between Parker and Cranberry. We ate lunch at Bob Evans Restaurant, while in Cranberry. After lunch, we drove to the Kennerdell Scenic Overlook. From Kennerdell we drove to Oil City. After leaving Oil City, we made two more stops along the Allegheny River — at Tionesta and Tidoute — before returning home.
This was our route back home from Oil City.
We departed Route 62 in Tidioute, choosing to return home via Route 337. We saw three deer and a few turkeys, while on this route.
This blog post concludes Monday’s activities.
Bob had Tuesday off work as well. Bob was in charge of planning Tuesday’s activities. On Tuesday morning Bob watched our granddaughters at their house for a short time, while Stacey ran to the store to pick up a few groceries. Throughout the afternoon and evening we watched a variety of shows on TV. Tuesday was mainly a lazy day. It is good to have one of those types of days every now and then!