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... to get the car we wanted with our reservation, but ended up with a larger car and a lower price! Thank you Costco Travel!
Logan came home and we visited with him. For dinner we met my friends, Tammie, Karen and Patty for dinner at Ledo's. Logan braved the situation and joined all of us ladies.
Headed to bed for a good night's sleep before hitting the road in the morning.
7 hrs, 20 kms
Day totals: 15 hrs, 38.8 kms
I should just continue straight south if I want to continue following the Appalachian hills and valleys, but no, I'm heading east once again. Looks like my Superhike will continue to zig and zag as I continue to detour looking for interesting things on the side.
It's a 13 kilometer hike to Shepherdrdstown, right on the Potomac once again. Here I come across one of my favorite ...
... sign, but thinking "it'd be impossible to combine playing music and long distance hiking..."
Well... after doing some 29 Superhike in 17 countries--including an 800 km hike across the Alps last summer, I can honestly look at my guitar and say "we've come a long ways since 2008, baby"
Actually, I've been through 4 guitars since then... but you get the point.
Nearby is a little marker in the middle of the forest that says "You are now walking along an old ...
... from 100-400 times the lethal dose in one bite. The Taipan, from Australia, is the most lethal one: 1 mg will kill a human, and it delivers 300-400 mg in a single bite. Bill Bryson writes most hilariously about the lethal animals in Australia in his book In a Sunburned Country. If you haven't read it, you should rush out and buy it today (originally published as Down Under in Britain, in case you run across a used copy.) Here's ...
The ride was great today, lots of winding turns and scenic views. For dinner John and Sharon took us to Downtown Saloon in Leesburg Virginia, a real bikers bar. They serve beers in preserving jars and we all partake in a Hog Heaven Rib Platter, corn bread, hush puppies (potato and corn little fried things), onion rings, salad and coleslaw - then home for pie!