Fairfield Inn & Suites State College
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Hot tub
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... State College I'll be graduated from Penn State... How crazy is that??
BUT on the bright side I am really excited to get getting closer and closer to leaving for Dublin!
I'm headed home to Virginia first to take care of some last minute things before my flight on Friday, so see you until ...
Day 343 7 hrs, 10 kms Actual date: April 9, 2015 So my forest adventure begins. There are lots of crisscrossing paths, but it's easy to keep my bearings, as there are electric wires to follow--and the river gorge to my left. fter days of road walking, I'm enjoying the tranquility of the forest... Several small herds of whitetail deer leap gracefully past--and I see my first wild turkey in several ...
... the middle of it all night. We get to chatting. "I retired as a store manager after 33 years--now I just work a couple of days a week" He tells me. And despite it being 5 in the morning, he seems quite cheerful. 33 years as a manager? I'm quite sure he's not working now because he's hurting for cash. As I walk away, at first I think of doing a rant about folks that have so little imagination, and are ...
... their magazine rack). At the fire station at the next town of Mill Creek, they advertise a raffle with 100 guns as prizes. I'm figuring er'body in these parts has guns, so they don't exactly need those prizes... but then again, you can never have too many guns, I guess... Personally, I think that the obsession with guns (and the paranoia that the guv'ment is has a conspiracy to try to take their guns away so they ...
... which is partly overgrown with trees. A middle aged fellow is resting at the top--I guess this trail is popular for folks in the area wanting a good workout. Just think: at 1,100 feet... that's teh equivalent of climbing the 100 storey Hancock building in Chicago! Finally it's time to continue on my way. I'm way behind schedule. The next town is on the other side of the river, away from the Main road. ...