The Historic Fairfield Inn 1757
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... of the factory and all got a free chocolate afterwards...a new caramel one. Yum! We finally made it to New York, via the Newark airport (don't ask). Our hotel is nice! We went for a stroll down to the park slope area of Brooklyn and ate some yummy pizza and baked ziti! We were all tired and finally fell asleep. Looking forward to our NYC adventure ...
... me. Tomorrow, if we don't get snow, I will take you shopping in Westminster,Maryland.
It is getting late so I am tucking you into bed in our guest room. And you are sleeping in Great Mom Mom Mason's old iron bed! Good Night!
14 hrs, 25 kms
Today I want to get a closer look at impressive cluster of buildings in the middle of the mountainous forest. It looks like a university put smack in the middle of nowhere. So I take a closer look--and yes, these buildings are even more impressive with a closer look. One with a grand pillare entrance that looks like it could be about 100 years old. Another huge multistory brick building with a towering white cupola at the top.
Day totals: 8 hrs, 20.8 kms
Note: the date has been changed to keep the segments of my Superhike in geographical order
The Gettysburg Loop
The original plan was to start following the Appalachian Trail south--occasionally taking side trips to visit towns along the way. However, just accross the ridge, some 15 miles away is the city of Gettysburg where perhaps the most important battle of the Civil War was fought--a watershed moment ...
... catches my eye. There I find tombstones of people who have lived and died here for the last 150 years. So I'm sure, back in the day, this WAS a village. There were shops here--as people couldn't just hop in there cars and drive to the nearest Walmart. This village had a soul. A couple ghostlike houses clustered together right at the center are a reminder of this.
I wonder how many more villages like this I'm going to find on my journey... probably a lot.