Are you into yoga? I have taken classes here and there, but nothing serious. Usually whatever my gym offers versus a more specialized studio.
A friend from high school, Nicole Scavo-Powell, found Astanga yoga while caring for her terminally ill father and became
very serious about it, eventually becoming certified to teach.
When Nicole and reconnected on Facebook, I saw her pictures and
videos and found them incredibly inspiring.
N Scavo photo by Jennifer Savo
Nicole teaches in Scranton including at
Mission Yoga, and also teaches privately.
1. Memories. History.
2. Old Forge style pizza. Note: not all are actually in Old Forge. My personal favorites include
Colarusso’s, Salerno’s and Armetta’s.
3. What constitutes ‘traffic’ and ‘lines’ makes me giggle. Parking is easy and on Black Friday, it was free downtown. When people complain, I want to show them city traffic and explain how it teaches patience but I bite my tongue. Usually.
4. Things are cheap.
5. Seeing family of course!
This entry was posted in
etc., Food, Travel and tagged Armetta's, Colarusso's, cost of living, family, Five things, Mission Yoga, NEPA, Old Forge, PA, pictures, pizza, Salerno's, scranton on . November 29, 2012