Budget Inn Clearfield
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... waves at me, so I figure I should ask permission before taking a picture. He's more than happy to show me his works of art--even taking me to the backyard to see his other masterpieces, with the stream just a few feet away. "Do you have problems with floods?" I ask. "Every year is different." he tells me. "last winter, the stream picked up a big sheet of foot thick ice and pushed it onto the ...
6 hrs, 14 kms Actual date: May 27, 2015 In Pennsylvania you mostly find one of two extremes: either the sprawling, overdeveloped areas in the plains and wide river valleys, like Pittsburgh area, Scranton-Wilkes Barre and the Harrisburg-Philadephia-Allentown triangle... or you have the mountainous areas with just scattered random towns an small cities. Logan Valley it seems is a bit in between. A fairly narrow strip of valley with mountains on all sides, it ...
... village here in the first place. It's been rainy, steamy day and I could really use a bath. I figure I'd better get one now before I reach more populated areas. I hop into the refreshingly cool waters of the Junianta... not quite deep enough to swim in--but still leaves me feeling like a new man. Over one more ridge, and I reach my next Valley Civilization: Logan ...
Mother Nature and the good Lord were our tour guides. We were blessed with fantastic weather, no system failures (human or mechanical), and arrived home safely. And, we saw the raw and overpowering beauty of nature from spectacular mountains and plains to a nice assortment of animals in their natural habitat.
Not once did I wake up and think "I don't want to get on the bike and ride today". Actually, just the opposite was true. The day after ...
... on the 2nd floor while reading the newspaper.
Two blocks away there was a subway station access point according to my guide book I checked out from the library in Wichita. I asked the janitor how I paid to get on it since there were no machines and he said to pay once I got on board. It was an underground trolley for $2 that required exact change...errr. I stood there for an entire stop, digging for change since I only had one $1 bill. At ...