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We had breakfast at the hotel this morning. I had a waffle slathered in syrup, blueberry yogurt and a hard boiled egg also slathered in syrup to start my day. I also drank a cup of coffee and a cup of orange juice which is always a risky endeavour when you plan to ride for 200 kms before stopping for a break. Our 7 am start was 30 minutes delayed this morning but ...
... we made it to the trailhead.) Along the way we passed the large family that is thru-hiking, they have about 10 people total in their group :). We also passed the boy scout group, they only have 6 miles to hike tomorrow, congratulations to all of them, they had fun, and are looking forward to another hike soon - possibly the Grand Canyon Of P.A.! We made camp early, pumped water and then sat and chatted with everyone. Is good having a group around again! Oh yea, ...
Woken by alarm. However, I had alarm set for 8.30 instead of 7.30 and Gab already gone for the van before we woke. I had reheated pasta and cold pizza from last night for breakfast. Left about 10 to go to Palmerton Pennsylvania to see our friend Steve Obremski. GPS 'Judy Garmon' took us on lots of back roads as well as highways. It was pretty and interesting - some poorer neighborhoods as well.
Steve was ...
... them ! They rented a cabin and were doing trail magic :). As long as all goes well, I will be hanging out with them when I come back on the South Bound portion of this trip. Thursday, June 19 2014 We hit the Furnace Half Gallon Challenge today, Stargazer finished it - I didn't even attempt it. Was good to sit and relax after a hot day of hiking, the terrain and views were stunning! But it was hot and a little steamy today. Unfortunately, Erwin is ...
... first wife, my grandmother, died in 1919 during the post-WW I flu epidemic, along with three children. Her name was Agnes Frances Lee and my mother was Frances Veronica Carlson. Dolores was the daughter of the second wife, Martha Ryder, a nurse who Papa Carlson had met in the early 1920s while my mother was in the hospital. I had spoken to Aunt Dolores a couple of months ago and she had sent me the family tree, with names and dates ...