Hilton Garden Inn State College
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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 ...
... about the long term is sorely lacking in many places I've traveled through... I reach a cluster of giant boulders perched on a steep hilltop overlooking the misty forest, river and reservoir below. And this boulder is easy enough to get to that I can set the 10 second timer and take a picture of myself... I blaze my own trail down the hillside and struggle through a bit of brush... Finally I ...
... 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 ...
... in this area a thing of the past, it actually is interesting to see some that is still going on--and providing jobs for the locals. Gun Culture I pass a couple of road signs riddled with bullets. For a split second I feel like I'm walking through a dangerous war zone. But no. This is just Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania. It gets me thinking about gun culture in this part of the world (even Mcdonalds had NRA ...
... it a different feel, more secluded, with river on one side and moutains on the other. Unlike the 1700s towns that were built with a clearly defined Main Street along the main road, Mapleton is a 1800s town with no real Main Street... just houses with yards that blur into each other... young folks ambling about, having fun, bouncing on their trampolines... overall gives the feel of a cheery, friendly place to ...