Bear Creek Crossing Bed & Breakfast
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Today we finished climbing at our 9 mph pace for 20 miles we finally got to the top and saw the continental divide. We then went through a mile long tunnel, and saw a wonderful view were we ate lunch. Then it was downhill for 22 miles, and we were going 14mph! Next we got to Cumberland and we ...
Rain! It rained most of the day today we gave up and decided to bike through it. We had 19 miles to our campground in Rockwood when it started down pouring, the trail sunk and we went from going 11 miles to a high of 9 miles an hour. We finally got to the campground and everything was wet we decided to go to town to check out the hostal and get pizza. The hostal was empty so we are staying here tonight. Check out the photos for pictures from here and some animals we saw! 53 ...
... still have it to this day, though not nearly as bad as it was, and we were a bit nervous parking there again. But all is well...I obsessively checked our electrical cord all day and not one ant even dared touching it.
We all had to be up at 5am this morning to make the jump so after we landed, John and I went back to bed. It's a luxury to be one of the folks on the show who has that option (since we're not on the tent crew or working with animals) and I always feel a bit of ...
We're in Grantsville, MD a day early so that the tent crew can set up the new tent that we finally received. It's beautiful and we're all so excited to finally have it!
Today, my sister, brother in law and I visited the 911 Memorial near Somerset, PA.
"A common field one day. A field of honor forever."
"Flight 93 Memorial is the nation's memorial to the passengers and crew of Flight 93. The Memorial Plaza borders the crash site. The field and woods beyond is their final resting place and their remains are still present. A boulder near the Hemlock Grove marks the impact site."