DeFeo's Manor B&B
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... food really quite edible and bags arrived unscathed. Can't ask much more than that!
Arrived at Casa Calma Hotel at 6am. Avery small boutique hotel that is enviromentaly friendly. Easy to spot in the street as the whole hotel is covered with a hanging garden!
... and all of which I've had sweet and bitter memories. I was born in China, came to the US when I was eighteen, for undergrad, took a gap year and wandered back to Tibet where I found my roots before returning to the US to start medical school. That is as good of an opening as any I guess. How does one explain their life, who they are, where they're from and where they are headed to anyway? How does one explain their ...
... to get on the yellow-blazed Hackers Trail and followed it for about a mile to Hackers Falls. Shortly before we reached the waterfall, we could hear water crashing and followed a path to the creek, but this was just a long slide, not the waterfall. So we continued just a short ways and could soon see the waterfall from the trail. With the foliage down, it was easy to see from a distance. We got off the trail and scrambled out on the ...
Don Laine Campground was one of the nicest campgrounds we have been in since we left Roseville California. It was in the rolling hills of Pennsylvania just north of Allentown. The campground was situated on the top of a hill and you could see the all the hills below us and they were in full fall color. This was a terrific campground. We had an appointment with the Toyota dealer in Allentown ...
... good to be home.Summary:
7/23-8/9 (18 days)
7,593 total miles
20 different states
24 total states (we rode thru Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and of course Pa. twice - when we went out and when we came back)
Averaged about 9 1/2-11 hours a day in saddle (except 1 day in San Francisco)
2 tender butts, red faces and tired bodies.
One VERY dirty bike
A mountain of laundry
Too many bills to count