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Travel Blogs from Warfordsburg
Well today is our last day of vacation. We got up around 7:30 am, had a basic breakfast of bagels, and said our goodbyes to Sandy. She was our only guest in the camper on the trip and it was great seeing her. We packed up the trailer and were on the road a little after 9 am. Dulcey is feeling the after effects from her accident yesterday with her thumb causing her the greatest discomfort. The GPS says it is 9.5 hours to get home but we will not be taking the most direct ...
After leaving Huntington, IN, we rode across Ohio not certain how far we would get. Well, without riding hard at all, after a brief stop in Lisbon for a late lunch at "Pondi's", we realized that the nearest city with much of a chance for hotel options was going to be in Washington, PA.
We arrived in Washington, spoke with some locals about where we might find some good hotel options, and within only a mile of getting there we were welcomed by the local "Po-Po" ...
... by Irish immigrants, many of whom lost their lives setting dynamite and carrying out the rubble in buckets. It was pretty amazing to ride through it.
Along the ride we also spoke with several people who warned us about the steep climb we would face tomorrow heading up to the Eastern Divide – the ...
... Katelyn grunting all the way, and me feeling guilty and telling her how proud I am for what she has done.
As if it couldn't get any worse, after 4 miles there was a sign for the campground that led us into the woods and up a steeper dirt hill than we faced at Harpers Ferry. I seriously could not believe it, but we all got off our bikes and started to climb. Katelyn was so upset ...
We stop at the toll station right before entering Babi's new home state and we realize that the automated toll machine doesn't accept bills larger than $5. We have no coins or small bills so Babis comes out of the car and stops another car to ask the driver if he can break a $20. The guy is so generous he just gives us a few quarters to pay ...
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