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It was Jordan and Rachel’s first time flying today. The flights on United left Harrisburg at 8
with a layover in Washington Dulles and arriving in Orlando at 12:30am. It was a late night but the kids LOVED flying
including Rachel who had several complete ...
... if somebody owns a house... is he forced to sell? But I can certainly see the logic to this.
"Are new people welcomed here?" I asked.
"Oh yes--when someone new moves in, neighbors come and welcome him. Nobody will go hungry here, we have soup kitchens in the churches and assistance for those in need"
"So you have a mix of social classes here?"
"Yes, upper, middle, lower class--and different denominations and nationalities--most people ...
3 hrs, 5.3 kms
A couple miles further I reach a real riverside town with a road running right next to the river (but no sidewalk--what the heck?). Still it's a pleasant feel. Wormleysburg is only one block wide--but hey, it's officially a town, so I'm counting it!
There is a park bench set up just where I wanted it, overlooking the river and the city beyond. Great spot for my final concert of what has been a pretty decent day.
Next: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania's ...
2 hrs, 6 kms Crossing the mighty Interstate 81, I can catch a glimpse of the Harrisburg skyline way off across the river. Looking forward to exploring that city--but first I need to soak in what's called the "West Shore"--the more well to do suburbs on this side of the river. Not much of a view on this side, with a bunch of rail lines running between the highway and ...
... was a grilled cheese sandwich while Aria had a hot dog. I’m sure it was good eating for them. When I picked them up at 1p in the clubroom they had beanbags spread out everywhere and some large 3 or 4 feet tall erector-set-looking pieces set up on the floor attempting to make a “fort.” They found another young friend who enrolled in the clubhouse that was also helping them. When I walked in they looked disappointed that 1pm had come so fast, so ...