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... as the trees lose their foliage and reveal another world hidden behind. There were lots of hills today as I passed through the Catskill mountains. I did encounter a bit of freezing rain, but was through it in about 5 minutes, gratefully.
WalMart in Martinsburg, WV has a full grocery store so I had a huge salad and giant Anjou pear for supper. I have apples, bananas and another pear for tomorrow. Ah, fine dining on the road!
... flying. Kites are even used for fighting! Legend has it that Thailand won a battle by sending children up on very large kites to spy on the enemy. We all made a kite, ran around the room with them and even had a kite fight happen. (All in jest of course.) Then on to lunch. We prepared the lunch ourselves, all traditional Thai foods: vegetable stirfry, spring rolls, coconut sticky rice and a fruit ...
... a food native to the particular part of the country they were visiting. David helped to build a cage for the chickens at the Guatemala house. We all put in some time helping to ready the village for the first group of students to visit from a Washington County school. The staff at Shepherd's Spring were very excited about hosting a school from their own county for the first time!
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... br> On south, I reach an industrial area. Unlike around Chambersburg where the industrial areas mostly consist of warehouses where things manufactured overseas are stored, here it seems they actually make stuff.
"What kind of guitar is that?" A very common conversation starter I've heard along this hike.
"What kind of music do you play? Would you play for a party or something? Do you have a business card?" Not often people get this excited ...
... was there.
The Inn was lovely, featuring a historical program each morning before breakfast, ranging from a soldier’s life during the Civil War to the role of women and the plight of Gettysburg civilians during and after the battle. Breakfast was both tasty and immense. We would steal a couple of muffins from the breakfast tray and that would be our lunch about 2 p.m. If you go to Gettysburg, do not fail to stay at the Battlefield B&B.
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