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... as the grandiose exterior I may have missed one of the better state capitol buildings in the country.
I wandered around the historic old center of town for a while and visited the Pennsylvania State Museum, which is next to the capitol and was open on Saturday. Although Harrisburg has some nice old row house neighborhoods, there’s also plenty of urban blight with abandoned houses with boarded up windows not far ...
... more broadly.
I have to be honest, though. When I look at a battlefield, I just see a big field with monuments on it. Somehow it is difficult for me to think about what happened there at one moment in time, and my interest in the historical minutia of battles just isn't that deep. It is probably different for people who have some military experience themselves, those who can trace ancestors in their family tree who were involved in the Civil War, and those older than I am ...
... such a great riding group. He emphasized what an acheivement we had all accomplished. Dutch Paul did a quick inpromto reply on behalf of all of us to thank Nick and Caroline for organising such an amazing trip. Caroline handed us all a little present - a route 66 fridge magnet - a nice little touch
Bed now with happy memories of a 8300 mile fantatstic journey!!
Angela - Ron loves you lots and can't wait to see you again!
... look for an Open Mike near my hiking route. I found one in Waynesboro, just a few miles from where I plan to end my hike.
So from Fayetteville, I continue east a bit more until I almost reach the forest then turn south. I wish I had time to continue to the Appalachian Trail to follow it to my destination, but I'm short on time, so I'm just going to follow the road. It does wind through the forest a bit, so I can enjoy the colors of fall. I think fall might actually be my ...
We got an early start on our journey today (well, early for us!) and left Jackson, TN at 8 this morning. Paul and Wyatt also had to take showers with no towels. Everyone was a little cranky, but we eventually came around after some much needed naps in the car. As we made our way through the Smoky Mountains, we discovered that Wyatt has a new obsession--Paul's iPad. He played on it for 6 hours straight and now plans to buy one when ...