The Hummingbird Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... is only sort of marginally cold enough, and I think tomorrow it will be time for a meal in a restaurant.
so much for my complaints. Today we drove from Chambersburg, PA, to Durbin, West Virginia. The last 50 or 60 miles were beautiful, and would have been even nicer if it hadn't been too cloudy to see what must have been spectacular views from 3700 fee high. The campground we're in Is adjacent to the tracks and station of ...
... apply for permission to be absent
from Barracks from 7 P.M. today until 8 A.M. tomorrow, as their services
have been kindly accepted by the Chief Marshall at Washington College
to sit up with the remains of General Robert E. Lee tonight. Respectfully
Submitted by Cadets Hamilton, Alex.; Morgan, J.H.; Hawkins, N.D.
Taylor, S.M.; Taylor, Z.; Sullivan, A.R.; Nalle, ...
We had an 85 mile ride today up Vesuvius, 3 miles of 8 to 17 % grade climbing. 7 of us did it and will sleep well tonight! I sagged in to the 30 mile mark and continued on the beautiful Blue Ridge Parkway for 20 miles...glorious and wonderful...beautiful weather and our alter group of 10 did 50 miles of cycling today and feel great. Kudos to the rabbits that ride it ...
... staying at an inn at Natural Bridge tonight. This property was once owned by Thomas Jefferson having acquired it by deed from King George III in 1774. Was it a bribe for his loyalty! It was a very extensive land grant and unusual at the ...
... a group, that's the end. It's like cutting off the next man in line at the soup kitchen who's been waiting all day. Everybody's waiting, trying to eat well and live better. Everybody want's their piece of the pie, their paradise. Although I don't agree with David's loathing towards some critters like mice, raccoons, and deer, I understand after his stories why he feels such a way. Essentially, they ruin his mode of existence in more ways than one. Destroying crops, stomping ...