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Travel Blogs from Washington
... south side (I do plan to hike north from Chambersburg for a good ways).
Maybe someday I'll come back and see what's beyond Woodstock... Maybe explore the towns along the endless Appalachian Valley that stretches the entire length of the country.... Maybe head east and get back on the Appalachian Trail.
Or maybe not. Maybe I've discovered enough about this part of the world... and it's time to explore something ...
9 hrs, 16 kms
This segment is of my Superhike is a 2 day hike, so after a chilly night sleeping in my car, I get an early start on down the road. Right south of Middletown I take a detour to check out a "plantation"--which turns out to be little more than an old house on a knoll and barn--but it is nice to get off the highway and enjoy the idyllic country roads.
There are, of course, Civil War markers all along the way. Here ...
... man's capabilities. Others are neo-pagans. Some identify themselves as Christians--they grew up in strict legalistic denominations and were burned out on that. We also embrace gays and lesbians into our church" (he points to the rainbow flag, flapping over the church's entrance--not what you typically expect to see entering a church!)
"So what draws all these people together?"
"The feeling of community... people like the church experience... We also have ...
... log cabin houses--I choose one as my video backdrop.
Glancing in the window of one, I have to do a double take--those look like pioneer era utensils on the rough kitchen wall. A museum? Nope. That's just somebody's kitchen. On one side is your regular stove and fridge, and on other side the kitchen looks like a kitchen would look back ...
... one (which was in English on the cover).
Somewhere in Florida we'll look for another RV place where we can get an English version.
Remember Deb took notes at the RV center? Good thing!
Deb remembered a beautiful drive through the Shenandoah National Park at age 12, so we chose a longer route to NC to see it. It was pretty, and the views beautiful, but between it being a bit early in the season ...