Quality Inn & Suites Burnham
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... about the long term is sorely lacking in many places I've traveled through... I reach a cluster of giant boulders perched on a steep hilltop overlooking the misty forest, river and reservoir below. And this boulder is easy enough to get to that I can set the 10 second timer and take a picture of myself... I blaze my own trail down the hillside and struggle through a bit of brush... Finally I ...
Day 343 5 hrs, 10 kms Actual date: April 9, 2015 Next morning I decide to get off to a really early start. I drop off my bicycle further down the road, then head back to Huntingdon to wander around town a bit. A fairly standard Pennsylvanian small city--except that it has cargo trains running through it every couple of minutes. A Sheetz gas station is just starting to wake up, I go to grab a bagel ...
... everybody) is a bit over the top. But hey, as long as the only think folks around here are shooting at are deer and an occasional road sign, I'm not going to make an issue of it. Actually, when you stop to think about it and realize how heavily armed the American population is, and how much fear and distrust there is between different segments of the population, it is pretty impressive that we've only fought ...
Day 342 6 hrs, 12 kms Actual date: April 8, 2015 This is going to to be a long hike from Shirleysburg to Huntingdon without doing any sidetrips. But when I see a trail that says "Thousand Steps Trail" I have to at least check it out. Turns out, this is actually a thousand steps of stone, climbing 1,100 feet (350 meters) which were used by quarry workers to for a grueling climb--so they could start an ...
... towns close by. Sure enough, there's a town right across the river to the east, a mere 1.2 kilometers away! So on my way back, I park my car in Mt Union once again, and make the quick walk across the river to the simple, neighborly town right by the shore of the Juniata. The towns a little to close to the water level if you ask me. Not really any huge discoveries in Mifflin county, but hey! it made it into the ...