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Had an interesting trip to Gettysburg. After scoping out the local campground we made our way into the town center to see where things were located. We parked on the street next to a shop called Subterranean Soul. Its a shop selling various clothing, vinyl records, and various trinkets.
The owner was present and he reflected his past travels and people he knew who had a bus. He attended Woodstock which made for some interesting stories. ...
... needing to stay ahead, coming up with the next "Big Thing" that will make this world a more fun and efficient place. If this constantly build-tear down-rebuild cycle creates enormous waste, Americans don't really care. Here there are enough resources to throw away, so it seems.
Last week I saw a local Pizza Hut that with a sign that said "closed for remodeling" I figured that meant they were going to give it a paint job and maybe some new furniture. No. I ...
Day Totals: 15 hrs, 38 kms Actual date: Oct 8, 2015 Today starts with a foggy magic. As I cycle to my starting point, fingers of fog start seeping out of the forest until the whole landscape is soaked in this mysterious gray. Finally the sun rises over the Tuscarora Mountains, piercing through and finally dissipating the fog, revealing the beautiful autumn foillage all around. It's going to be a good hike today. I start in Three Springs, my last town in Huntingdon County. ...
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 ...
... visible in the snow. Luckily, the white dashes on the tree keep us going in the right direction. We soon reach our main destination: Chimney Rock, a cluster of boulders with a nice panoramic few of the wooded hills to the east. If you can disregard the flat farmland barely visible beyond, you can almost convince yourself that in an region of endless untouched prisitine nature, rather than a heavily populated, overdeveloped region.
It is a special ...