This morning my son and I woke up and had a lazy morning of french toast and got ready to leave at about noon for Laurel Caverns. It was his first long adventure, total for the day was 235 miles on the mighty KLR650. We had a great day and the bike performed flawlessly as expected. Note that we took the PA turnpike from Cranberry PA. to New Stanton PA., 119 to 40 and 40 up to the summit to the Laurel Caverns and the George Washingtom built, Fort Necessity. The RT40 Summit overview: Inside the Laurel Caverns: Bird formation marking the Devils Staircase: The back observation deck at Laurel Caverns: Then it was off to Fort Necessity: Next stop was the Ohipyle rock slide. Checking the water temp. We then walked over to the lower side of the waterfall area wher the Kayaks are placed in and wher folks swim. Then a walk back to the bike to begin the treck home. We took a butt break when we came through the ticket booth at New Stanton PA. By this point we were half way home on the PA turnpike and we were both hurting pretty good. Another butt break! So that ended the day with us arriving back home at about 10:45PM. We are both happy to be home and ready to sleep like logs! It was a great day with my oldest son, there are not many days that he gives me like this, so I enjoyed every shared moment!