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... br> It hammed rain again as we drove to Walmart in Littlestown. Marie brought some clothes and other birthday presents for Cheyenne as well as some souvenirs for some at home. I bought some Rapala lures for Brad and Joel. I couldn't find a car magazine for Dixie but Gabriele ws sure they had them free at some gas stations.
Texas Roadhouse Steakhouse was nearby in Littlestown. They told us there was a 35 minute wait for a table and gave us ...
... Some comfy beds, great dinner, and a market stop in downtown Lancaster the next morning made for a good pit stop for us. We decided we had enough of the city life and are going to skip Baltimore and Washington DC all together and head straight for the hills of Shenandoah National Park in Virginia. We are camping there for the next few nights before we head to Williamsburg for the 4th of July (should be quite patriotic!). ...
... with my dinner, which I just drank :) .... thank you Tramp Dad again - what an awesome gesture, taking time to turn around and help us have a great evening! I hope these, and the other Trail Angels know how much of a difference their kindness makes to us - it is not just a one time "thank you for the soda/food or conversation.".........we all remember everyone, and talk about the kindness that you do for us regularly. Wednesday, June 25 2014 Really cool day of hiking, ...
... and a lot of nice people. We got a room at the Doyle, still the Hiker Trash Resort it is famous for :) - Absolutely love it! After getting Stargazer settled in, and grabbing a BBQ meal, I headed out to do clothes, met a lady in the laundry mat - Tracey - she and I talked for about 2 hours. She invited me over to hang out, and is going to drive me to the grocery store to resupply tomorrow! Sunday, June 22 2014 After the resupply trip with Tracey, ...
... that had previously been the Ironmasters Mansion on an iron forge plantation back in the 1700's. The home was built in 1779 and the home and property has been turned into a Historic Park in the past few years. Check it out at….www.historicpooleforge.org 230;. Lucky me, that means I don’t have to just settle for driving by but I can actually walk around the property..maybe even get to tour the old home or if not, peek in the windows. The name ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed