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... one room building. Oh! Of course! an Amish schoolhouse! I've been hoping to come across one of these on my hike. Then it hits me: these kids came on these same snow covered roads in subzero wind chill... on foot scooters, probably a couple miles (homes are spaced far apart here). And they do this every day. No way to "call in" to see if it's a snow day, because they don't use phones. My first feeling is admiration. These kids are tough and make a huge effort to come ...
4 hrs, 10.7 kms
Day totals: 12 hrs, 27.7 km
The first thing that greets me in Shippensburg is a parade of Amish buggies coming in and out of town to do their shopping. This is definitely a culture I want to know more about.
Right now I just have a couple of hours, so I'm going to paste two "half-day" hikes to ...
14 hrs, 12 kms Date changed for geographic continuity I want to take my time re-exploring Carlisle. It's one of my favorite towns in the Pennsylvania Capital Metropolis, with a grand Main Street, various places of interest, people I want to see, and one of the best Coffeehouse Open Mikes I've been to. Today will be a loop day--no need to drop off my bicycle anywhere. My first objective is the War Museum out by the Carlisle War college, a place where high ...
4 hrs, 9 kms Back when my Global Parkbench Concert Tour began, seven years ago, I was living in Mechanicsburg, another suburb of Pennsylvania's capital region, and like Shiremanstown, it has its own history and character. Well, not exactly... I actually lived outside of the town itself, the soul-less sprawl to the south... this was my home for one year. It was more of a transition year, and from here I moved my family ...
... to warmth. So when the sun is out we tell ourselves "oh, it ain't that bad", and thinking it's warm actually makes us feel warm. Likewise, if it's overcast, we think cold thoughts, and it makes us feel colder. I'm going to try to discipline myself and think warm thoughts all day... hey, there's a guy who can swim for long periods in arctic waters and he says it's all just mind power!
I certainly don't have that much mind power!
The Grotto ...