Holiday Inn Express Breezewood
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... 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...
... in The Farmland
Although my general direction is north, from Saint Thomas I choose to head south. Why? Well, I skipped over the town of Greencastle during my south hike--and I realize now that it needs to be included in my Superhike... I need to link at least all the towns of Franklin County.
And so I immediately find myself on a quiet farm road. No suburban sprawl. No industry. No random, sloppily built businesses. Just farms.
... to the town? (I know it's a stereotype, but I think of Democrats as being more latte and croissant... while Republicans being more eggs, bacon and home fries...)
Like Chambersburg, Greencastle has a major railway, which is elevated as it slices through the town center. In Chambersburg, every street has a full size underpass--thus allowing the town to expand evenly on both sides of the track and keep a cohesive ...
During my brief visit to Mercersburg back in 2008, I remember it as a nicely preserved old town without the strip malls and corporate chain stores. Now that I approach it from anothe direction, I find, well, it does have a couple of strip malls on the outskirts, but it still ranks highly as far as being a well preserved town.
Mercersburg Academy, with it's beautiful old stone buildings caught my attention back in 08. Back then I though it was a private college campus. ...
Tonight we're camped in Chambersburg, PA, at a place where the owner is running both a farm and a campground. He was at the nursing home visiting his 92-year-old mother when we arrived. When I called, he said to just take any spot we wanted and he'd find us when he got back. Pretty friendly. We're doing a little better this trip about stopping early. Two days in a row ...