Hampton Inn Chambersburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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We didn't leave Bville until around 11am, but we still made a quick stop at the United States Army Heritage and Education Center (USAHEC) and managed to explore the inside exhibits for about an hour. Zach and I found this place about a year ago as outside trail plainly visible from 81. We were on our way to Whispering Pines, NC. So, on a very hot day as I recall, on our way back home, we stopped and walked the outside trail with Maui. I always said we would get to ...
... that someone from this region would be such a world traveler. "I'm Canadian--moved to this area." That explains it... We get to talking about the difference between Canada and the US, she confirms my theory of how America being based on rebellion shaped our culture differently. "But Canada is becoming more like America" she says somberly. "It's going from a socialist democracy to being a country run by corporations..." And with that, my day hike comes to an ...
... the war this building was used as a hospital for the wounded from both sides.
The National Cemetery is where Lincoln spoke The Gettysburg Address.
We also saw the "cyclorama" at the National Park Visitor's center. The paintings that make up the circle must number about 15 and they are huge. As you look at these paintings you are in a ...
... feet three times when I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life. And it provided me with the resources to go out and live my dreams.
So to start out my new semester, and new phase of life, I'm going to explore Chambersburg, Pennsylvania all over again....
AND I'm going to launch out on my first Superhike in the Western Hemisphere right from here. And it just might end up being one of my biggest Superhikes ever.
The First Steps of my ...
... 8217;t see my face because he was in front of me but my eyes were wide as I was a little taken aback by his pace. We started off on relatively flat but rocky terrain. Then we came to our first big up. I’m the kind of person that just has to put their head down and go. I hate looking up to see how much further or having to stop and start again. Dad had to take frequent breaks so by this time I was in the lead. Eventually we both made it ...