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So, I figured, only being a couple hours from home, I would push on so I could save some money and not have another night on the road (yes, I know, a road trip with only one night spent in a motel is not really a road trip).
It was a great, quick, trip. The mountains of northern Pennsylvania were on the verge of ...
I have never visited the Finger Lakes area, though I have heard the name pop up at various points in my lifetime. So, with a few extra bucks earned from mowing the lawn for a neighbor (yes, kids, even we old guys will mow lawns for a few extra bucks!), I thought I'd dust off the camera, hop on the motorcycle, and spend a couple days on the road.
I'm traveling ...
... bottling area. They make their own
ice cream too which we bought a pottle of for dessert tonight. The
store attached is full of their own and other local products and
produce. Good gimmick, bring in the customers and let them wander
your farm, they're sure to buy something!
Then we travelled to Hanover. This is
halfway between York and Gettysburg, a good size Walmart to camp in
Breakfast in hotel.
Then drive along the scenic Skyline Drive at the Blue Ridge Parkway.
This is the place John Denver refers to in his song Country Roads...
Almost heaven, West Virginia,
Blue ridge mountain, Shenandoah river,
... rather than reuse them and then turn precious farmland into new industrial zones. But today I notices that parts of this steelworks plant are still in use, even though the whole complex is looking in dire need of repair--in fact, I actually do see some work being done on it...
So maybe there is hope that that "slash and burn" approach to urban/industrial expansion might come to an end... And there's some work being done to restore Steelton's Main Street. So ...