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... the post office, mailed Stargazer's items home, and then had some awesome burgers from the local pizza joint, Angelos Pizza. Then we headed to resupply for the climb up Big K tomorrow. On the way to Abol bridge we helped a guy repair his vehicle. He had snapped off the lug bolts, so we helped him fish new ones through the back side of the rotor, so he could reattach his wheel. After all that, we headed to Old State Road - a bumpy, unkept - but legal to drive on road ...
... place was interesting for sure. The seating is up on a raised platform. You have to take your shoes off and each table is situated in a large pit and you sit on the edge of the pit with your feet inside the pit. It was so disgusting I tried so hard not to think about all of the germs while I nommed on my "eh, it's probably the best we'll find here" sushi and spring rolls. I don't think we'll be going back anytime soon. ...
... had been killed in a car crash. Cant say I was that *****, didn't know the bloke and his movies were ****. I was more concerned about me and the rest of our group that had been out of harms way until tonight.
Day 71 - 1st December 2013
After having my attempt of a beard throughout November I decided to shave it all off, the second close shave in 2 days. Felt good though, no more beard stroking.
Grabbed some breakfast and headed for Philadelphia, ...
... my first taste of Maine lobster and it did not disappoint! These little blogs are just to show where I go on my days off (more for mum than anyone else...you're welcome Mum ;-) ). We just chilled out at the restaurant and then went to a bar for some quiet drinks. It's the site of a battle from the American Civil War which Rick told us about on the 4th July...pretty much the Brits were stuck in ...
... have had, and stunning vistas. A stop about half way up was at Jordan's pond for tea, coffee and popup's at 5:20 then it was off to the summit at about 1000 ft asl. By this time the clouds had returned and the temp was falling, there are hundreds of miles of trail within the park some ranging from paved easy access paths all the way up to rock/iron bar ladders with wall side hand rails (we didn't venture on to these). At the top there is a 1km loop around the ...