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We did not leave the KOA until 11am this morning so that we could have showers, do dishes, and do laundry. We then went through parts of three different states; New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. We are still trying to get through the Northeast quickly. We traveled completely on interstate highways today, which were full of trucks and heavy with traffic. Fortunately, there was not as much construction as yesterday, so we made better ...
... Pennsylvania. In going through the little bits of West Virginia (37 miles) and Maryland (10 miles) we were able to touch 4 states within an hour. Big difference from Texas which took us over 800 miles to cross. We chose Hershey, PA as a stopping point to stretch our legs and have lunch (PB&J anyone?). We stopped in Hershey a few years back when we toured southeastern Pennsylvania over April vacation but Mattias does not remember much of that trip and that time it was ...
... downhill ride to the trail (the reverse of the climb described on day 1). The ride itself was largely uneventful until the end, which was a positive.
Jumping right to the excitement for the day: after riding 65 miles and approaching the town of Hancock, the girls were feeling pretty good about themselves and were in good spirits. My understanding was that the campground was ...
... Western Pennsylvania. (Passing a sign for Altoona now!) The kids have old iPhones converted to iPod touches and they are enjoying full, unrestricted non-wifi use of them. We did require that they write in their journals before they play on them! They are really learning what is wifi and what is not. A little tech lesson. Woot woot! Chicago or bust by ...
... hazards etc. John is an excellent leader, it was really interesting to be up the front.
We saw some amazing West Virginian country side - I felt like putting John Denver - Country Road on just because we were in West Virginia. We stopped for lunch at Berkeley Springs at a restaurant that had been booked for our group - there are about 20 people on 15 ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed