Hickory Bridge Farm Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
- Family rooms
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We left quite early on New Year's Day with just the doorman and a few drunks braving the morning cold in Boston. We have a Ford Edge which provides the odd laugh with its heated seats. So even though it is freezing, your bottom is holidaying in Tahiti! Yes, this is the humour that tickles your fancy after being together all the time!
So, Massachusetts ...
... think of "park" they think of a place to play ball, play in the playground or have a picnic--not so much as a place to relax and enjoy the beauty... Subzero Windchill I actually split this hike in half, doing the other half on a separate day. It snowed recently and there's a subzero windchill (Farenheit), but I feel the need to get out and reconnect with my alternate Adventure Life for a couple of hours at least. So I head out, park my car in Orrstown and bike to ...
... operated drill with the screwdriver bit. I was feeling pretty proud of myself and Junior gently corrected me on some techniques so I could do a better job. Flexibility was the key in putting up the shelves as we had to change how to do it on the fly due to tightness of locations of the shelves. Others worked on bringing tables and supplies to the various homes the students would be visiting. They were ...
... gone wrong... I don't feel any rush to walk long distances today. It seems to be more a day of quiet reflection. I take my time wandering around the historical society museum. An image that really sticks in my mind is two aerial photos of the suburbs of Harrisburg. Fifty years ago it was all farmland. Now it's all urban sprawl.... I chat with the lady there a bit more... about the problems of our country... about other countries and whether they've got a ...
Day 5 and I have done 5 States - D.C., Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia.
So far I have only completed 215 miles.
Travelled down the I15 which shadows the Appalachian Hills, turned into a state park and thru the mountain range - beautiful, peaceful and suddenly lonely.......
Joined the R66 at Cavetown (fuelled up at $3.20/gallon!!!), then onto the R845 at Boonsboro to Sharpsburg ...