Four Points by Sheraton Chambersburg
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- Continental Breakfast
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... us that we had just missed Arlo Guthrie who played across the street two days prior. He even played the full Alice's restaurant, would have been awesome to see. However as always when travelling in a bus we are too slow getting there.
The next morning we walked around the Gettysburg battlefields and grave sites. Went to the visitors center and viewed the museum and cyclorama. All very interesting and very well documented. In the ...
... turnoff at the ridge to Edenville road... Hamilton Heights market, a hoagie shop--pretty much the only place to buy anything in this area. There are a lot of houses up this way and I wish there were some shops etc to give it more of a "town" feel than just sprawl.
However, along the perimeter of Kensington Heights, I do notice a postive side to suburban development: in contrast with the surrounding area, which is all treeless farmland, Kensington ...
... the busy season and take a month off during the slow season. Before this I never would've imagined that I could be a blue collar worker, a family man and a world traveller (2-3 mononths a year) all at the same time.
I continue on, past the few remaining cornfields and farmhouses sandwiched between the warehouses down to Highway 11. Here I pause for a minute in front of Budget Inn, the hotel I stayed at for a week when I moved back here 8 months ago. Mixed memories ...
... it? I try catching it but the snake lunges at me repeatedly, so I decide to leave it in peace. Not quite as friendly as the garter snakes I used to catch in Oregon. Finally reach the sign that says "Fulton County", my last county in this loop. Goodbye Huntingdon County... it was fun getting to know ya... Under the sign is a "building permits required" that has been blacked out with spray paint. A bit of a rebel streak here in Fulton County, eh? The road continues on to ...
Where do I start?
That's an easy answer. Courthouse Square.
Here, two historic highway intersect. Lincoln Highway, America's first transcontinental highway stretching from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and Route 11, one of the first highways to stretch from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico, connecting hundreds of towns through the fertile valleys along the Appalachia.
Here is a fountain in the center. The courthouse, Chambersburg's ...