The overlook was beautiful. You don't know it, but Johnny and I are standing on a fallen tree about 10 feet off the ground. I was a little nervous, but John was very calm. That evening we took Sarah to the Morgantown Brewery. The food was amazing! Sarah ordered some delicious 'Fish and Chips' which was exactly what the baby was craving. She had felt sick a little earlier, but the greasy food for some reason calmed her stomach.
Saturday morning began with loud music around 7:30 am. There was a WVU football game and Sarah got to experience first hand the tail-gating atmosphere. We then went on a 6 mile walk on the rail-trails. Next we ventured to Laural Caverns in PA. (fyi caverns is not the plural for caves). We had a very 'enthusiastic' tour guide. Our evening ended with a swim in Cheat Lake. John jumped out of a tree about 40 feet in the air and I went off the rope swing and almost forgot to let go. Sarah enjoyed a relaxing swim and then John and I pulled her around on the floaty.
Sunday consisted of church, Sarah subbed for Primary. In our ward we really like to put our visitors to work:) Then dinner, relaxing and game-night with the neighbors.
We then went shopping on the 'strip district.' There were several shops and fruit stand along the way. Sarah and decided to purchase matching belts. Next was lunch and Primanti Brothers. A famous restaurant in Pittsburgh. The sandwich consisted of sourdough bread, cole slaw, french fries, vinegar and tomatoes. At first glance it may not look like much, but Sarah and I barely spoke a word as we devoured our sandwiches.
Lastly, we road up the trolley cart on the hillside to a beautiful view of Pittsburgh. From an aerial view, Pittsburgh is a very stunning city with all the steal bridges and Ohio River.