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Well, today was my last official day at Penn State for a while. It was really bittersweet because I had to say my last goodbyes to so many people and friends, and it's especially hard because I'm not sure when our paths' might cross again. I guess that's a part of growing up, right? The next time I'll be ...
... in love with this place. Frank Lloyd Wright was a genius ( and a little bit of a risk taker maniac). Love his style of blending architecture with nature. I have found a new passion (and road trip venue). Our tour guide was excellent. Hit the road to State College PA (150 miles NE), home of Penn State University. We decided on the way to change our plans and NOT go down to Ohio State in Columbus OH. We really don't ever want to visit that area of ...
... It makes me appreciate the fact how in general people here follow the rules when it comes to hunting and fishing. Because they're afraid of getting caught, it's true... but also because they care about the long term well being of their community. They know that if they get greedy and shoot too many deer, pretty soon there won't be any, and everybody loses. This sense of collective conscientiousness ...
... town, Petersburg, but I must have taken a wrong turn somewhere. I do see a little footpath, but it's marked "Private Property". I ask a well dressed lady coming out of her house. "Excuse, me where is the path to Petersburg" "Oh, you can take that path there, then veer to the right" "But it says 'Private Property'..." "Oh don't worry, people walk it all the time..." I guess sometimes you just need to ...
... of truck drivers willing to do long hauls in this country. I think it's a great thing--transporting by rail just seem so much more efficient--and it can help our highways from being clogged with trucks. Sometimes to go forward, you need to go back. Finally I see the welcoming lights of Huntingdon. I've made it. 39 kilometers hiked, 32 kilometers biked and 1,000 steps climbed... I definitely put in a full days work ...