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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Tavern is down in the stone-walled basement where you can still view the spring which the staff told us is also still used for the bathrooms.
We tried a local brew, Troegs Perpetual IPA, which was tasty and refreshing after the trudge through the battlefields. When we learned that the specialty menu ...
... by runaway nanoswarms, digitized humans who can be downloaded into bio or cyber bodies as well as bio or cyberenhanced normal humans (for some limited values of 'normal') but, in some ways, rather better and more believably done.
It is, as the predecessors mentioned above were, a development of the FATE System.
270 pages + Full Colour Map Insert
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27 kms, Day 310
Faith and Marketing
Today I'm determined not to spend half my hike stumbling in the dark, so I'm going to get a really early start to my day. I head out before dawn, drop off the car at my end point, ride my bike up to my starting point, and begin my hike before the sun comes up!
It's a pleasant straight stretch from Smithsburg to Hagerstown, up and down gentle hills soaking in the autumn colors. I pass through a little unicorporated village ...
... troops need to be picked up in a small town in Pennsylvania -- problem with their bus or driver. Fortunately, we were about 15 minutes behind them, and we came to their rescue. We rearranged our bags around the bus, and prepared to squeeze a total of 80 scouts & adults into a bus with seating for 52. It was all done safely of course -- the driver didn't move until everyone was seated -- just a little tight. The ...
... have that chance.
We stopped by a school (I think it was a private one, but I'm not sure) with younger grades on the off-chance they'd like to have a circus clown visit their classrooms. The answer was a resounding YES! A very nice teacher offered to walk us around and we ended up visiting 5-6 classrooms where John did a shortened version of his assembly program. The kids loved it and I was able to duck out a few times to make some phone calls to our sponsors for next week. ...