Four Points by Sheraton Chambersburg
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- Swimming pool
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... to New York (state) to New Jersey and finally Pennsylvania.
We drove through an Amish area which was very interesting as we saw many horse drawn carriages with people going about their business and also a couple of groups of children playing. Quite thought provoking.
Onto Harrisburg for the evening. Seemingly run down in ...
... more like a dense forest, with a thick grove of trees all along the perimeter (although an aerial view will show something different!) So it actually does add rather than detract from the beauty of the general landscape...
Then the road abruptly ends at the fence surrounding the Army Depot--luckily there's a dirt road I can follow to look around back towards the development, where I stop at a house under construction, to reminisce on old days...
Day Totals: 14 hrs, 28.9 kms Date changed for geographic continuity I'm getting close to my base camp of Chambersburg, so I'm going to go ahead and include every town in the vicinity in my Hike. That means doing a bit of a detour to the north to snag Newburg, right up against the mountainside. First I take a quick bathroom stop at Mcdonalds where a group of about 12 older men are seated together. I notice that one of them is wearing an "NRA" cap and another guy in the group ...
... a chance for me to think over how I might want to give a visual presentation of the Global Parkbench Concert Tour. I opted for a presentation board with photos from parkbench sessions around the world, with a map in the center. I opted more for audience photos rather than beautiful scenery photos as a way of saying it's more about the people than the background. Made a couple of good contacts during this time (including a fellow who plans to join me for a stretch ...
... Turkey... and I do notice something different here. Most of those museums were extremely one sided in their presentation, making it clear "we" were the heroes, the victims, the good guys... "they" were the villians, the bad guys. I must say I'm relieved to not see that here. It just described what happened, and how people who were there felt about it. As matter of fact, when I get to the Vietnam display, on the wall it clearly states "The original objectives ...