Holiday Inn Express @ Williamsburg Square, State College
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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Well, today was my last official day at Penn State for a while. It was really bittersweet because I had to say my last goodbyes to so many people and friends, and it's especially hard because I'm not sure when our paths' might cross again. I guess that's a part of growing up, right? The next time I'll be ...
... paved road below. I guess I am glad to be back on a road... In another 2 miles or so I reach Petersburg. It has an isolated, off the beaten track feel--but at the same time, there are 3 storey houses packed tightly together on a short Main Street--giving it almost an urban feel. Some of the houses are pretty run down. I later learn that there use to be two big factories near Petersburg, but not any ...
... by the system, that when they retire they can't think of anything else to do with their lives then... just keep going to work! But then I think... This guy doesn't show up for work just to sell people coffee and cigarettes. He does it to feel connect with people... to share some positive energy... to have conversations with random customers like me. I guess there's nothing wrong with having ...
... their magazine rack). At the fire station at the next town of Mill Creek, they advertise a raffle with 100 guns as prizes. I'm figuring er'body in these parts has guns, so they don't exactly need those prizes... but then again, you can never have too many guns, I guess... Personally, I think that the obsession with guns (and the paranoia that the guv'ment is has a conspiracy to try to take their guns away so they ...
Day 342 6 hrs, 12 kms Actual date: April 8, 2015 This is going to to be a long hike from Shirleysburg to Huntingdon without doing any sidetrips. But when I see a trail that says "Thousand Steps Trail" I have to at least check it out. Turns out, this is actually a thousand steps of stone, climbing 1,100 feet (350 meters) which were used by quarry workers to for a grueling climb--so they could start an ...