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... to New York (state) to New Jersey and finally Pennsylvania.
We drove through an Amish area which was very interesting as we saw many horse drawn carriages with people going about their business and also a couple of groups of children playing. Quite thought provoking.
Onto Harrisburg for the evening. Seemingly run down in ...
... than 20 miles down the road. After breakfast, I got back on I 84S. Shortly after I crossed the state line for New York, I passed another exit 19 and noticed a diner beside the road. I think that was the exit that Shannon actually intended for me to take as it was about an hour away. Good thing she was tied up elsewhere as we would have had breakfast together at different diners. Ha ha
I went from Conneticut, through New ...
... lost in Modern America: a close sense of community, strong work ethic... the ability to be self sufficient... making our own clothes and tools... growing and preserving our own food... children who always obey and respect their parents... I also admire families who opt to live a traditional lifestyle--as long as its THEIR CHOICE. If people are only doing it because they're threatened with shunning or hellfire if they choose otherwise... well I must say I feel more pity ...
6 hrs, 12.8 kms
Greencastle is the in between town--never quite achieving the status of its neighbors Chambersburg (to the north) or Hagerstown to the south). A small town core... a couple of industries around it--but no mall... no Walmart (something to be ashamed of?). But it does have some nice Victorian houses--and I spot more cafes than diners in the town core... perhaps that suggests a bit more ...
... d think...
Finally I reach Snyder's crossing where there's a road to Sharpsburg. Here I see one more interesting sight: several homes have both an American and a Confederate flag in the front.
I like that. Maybe it's a way of saying, "it's not a question of being for or against the US government... it's about aknowledging our history... and both these flags played a part in our history".
And with that thought I'll call it a ...