La Quinta Inn & Suites Chambersburg
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... few days. We watched a movie on the Disney channel the afternoon and I did more blogs and uploaded lots of pics.
We had Chinese for dinner at China House in Littlestown. We got there before 6. There was only one other customer when we got there but by the time we left it was full.
I had egg-roll and Seafood War Bor- lots of scallops and shrimp and crab stick with broccoli, onions and carrots on sizzling ...
I didn't sleep well because it was hot and I had dreams about getting tossed out of the house if I tossed and turned too much. I woke just before the alarm at 8.30. Had a Krispy Creme doughnut and coffee for breakfast while doing work e-mails. Had a shower and then off to return the van.
All in Gabrielle's car to the Mason Dixon line outside Littlestown to take a photo. We weren't the only ones with ...
Woke at 6.30. Marie up at 8 and showered. I got up bout 8.30 waited for Tammy to text me they were ready for breakfast. She forgot. We looked out our window and saw them down there so Joined them. Scrambled egg (more like Australian style) and ham oatmeal and make it your self waffle for breakfast.
Packed up our room about 9.30 then farewelled Tammy Hayley and Dalney and on the road about ...
I went to see several Civil War museums around Charlottsville while Betsy was at a meditation retreat near Boston. One of the more dramatic battlegrounds was at New Market in the Shanandoah Valley. This was toward the end of the war and the Confederates were unable to match the numbers of Union soldiers. In dire straits, the general in charge of stopping the Yankees asked the Virginia Military School to send any cadets they ...
... with a sign that reads "200 abortions are performed every hour in America". Although the abortion debate isn't as strong as it was 20 years ago, it's clearly not forgotten by many.
Towards the Mountains
It's only about a 9 mile walk along the highway back to Smithsburg... but no... I've done enough highway walking. It's time to do some real hiking: I'm going to go the long way, heading for the Appalachian Trail. This is perhaps America's most ...
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