Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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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!
... person had a dish to prepare. We sat down to a feast. It was all so good.
Finally it was time to say farewell to this group of friends. We had come together as strangers and were parting as friends. I am so glad I got to know them.
A special thank you to Werner for your kind note.
And special thank you's to David and Jan who let me use some of their pictures for this blog.
... out the group a little later after helping Stewart do some things. Mary Anne cleaned the village homes in readiness for the students, while Jan & David worked on kitchen cabinets for the wealthier Mozambique home. Our lunch was from Guatemala.
The afternoon was spent finishing up tasks. I went down to help put wooden shelves in the Thailand home. They let me play with the power tools, mainly ...
... Battlefield) Great journey and its interesting that the further west you go from Washington, the poorer the region looks.....Passed lots and lots of those idyllic looking farmsteads as everyone seems to be a farmer....
Arrived at Antietam and took in the Visitors Centre with a gallery, museum and film of the battle. This battle took place in 1862 when the Confederates invaded the North to put pressure on ...
... wandering through the sprawling suburbs of Hagerstown. On street I come across is "Gay Street", so I'm mildly intrigued as to whether there's anything "Gay" about it... Nope... it's actually very straight... and no rainbow colors anywhere...
The intersections are intriguing though: "Gay/Clinton" followed by "Gay/Lincoln"... and I think, what if this were some sort of Da Vinci Code sort of thing revealing dark, hidden secrets?
On a slightly more serious ...