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... the moment. If it were later on in the day, I'd definitely go ahead and hop in for a splash. Nice to be closer to nature again, after miles and miles of towns and farmland.
At the top of the ridge is a turnoff to "Washington Monument State Park". I, as most people, think of Washington Monuent as that pointy thing between the capitol and the Lincoln Memorial in DC. But no, it's not the only one... other states also built their own ...
... suddenly struck by an iconic image: a highway bridge crossing over a railway that it rendered obsolete... which in turn crosses the canal that it rendered obsolete.
Sort of symbolic of this country. We launch out grand projects, trying to be faster, bigger, more efficient... invest a huge amount of effort and money into them... then abandon them when we come up with something faster and more efficient... This is what's both beautiful and ugly about America at the same ...
... are foodstuff in bags and glass jars. Flour...preserved fruit and vegetables in jars... spices and condiments... pasta... But you won't find Campell or Heinz or any other well known brand on them. This is all stuff produced, mixed, prepared somewhere not too far from here. The labels look like they were done off a home computer. There's "Jake and Amos" jarred goods from Myerstown, Pennsylvania--with a--you guessed it--different Bible verse on each jar!
It's like The ...
... face, which I did (and of course, buy it for $100 in the gift shop). Honestly, I liked the local pools better, where the actual Icelanders go. Most people who live in Iceland have never been to the Lagoon, but I thought it would be nice to go.
After that, I dropped off my car, tried not to pass out too much from the final price ( it actually wasn't too bad) and then checked in. I'm pretty tired, so it will be nice to get home. More then...
For the rest of these entries, I'm just going to go through the highlights and lessons learned each day.
Today’s Hike: 14miles from Cowell Shelter to Dahlgren Campground; some steep ascents and descents but a lot flatter than yesterday.
- Yummy warm granola with milk and blueberries…another freeze ...