Motel 6 York North
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... us that we had just missed Arlo Guthrie who played across the street two days prior. He even played the full Alice's restaurant, would have been awesome to see. However as always when travelling in a bus we are too slow getting there.
The next morning we walked around the Gettysburg battlefields and grave sites. Went to the visitors center and viewed the museum and cyclorama. All very interesting and very well documented. In the ...
it was a magnificent drive, the colours are really showing, so beautiful. A bit hard to get photos with speedy Gonzales hacking along in the bus, got a couple of shots.
we drove through the Appalachian Mountains along the Susquehanna River, this river runs all the way into Chesapeake Bay, just the best scenery. It is beautiful farming country. Saw some reindeer. We went on back roads, saw some beautiful little country ...
... must have felt with physical and psychological wounds that remained untreated and ignored.
I wonder what dark secrets are hidden in this place that perhaps will never be known to the world.
On through the Forest
We continue on, to where we come across a quaint little artificial pond with water flowing down a rock and cement slope--a pleasant return to the simpler things of life. The rain has stopped, and the hike becomes more ...
... home for the foreseeable future, possibly for good, but at least for now.
And it was also more foreign to me than anything I had experienced in the UK, Iceland, Hungary, France, Switzerland, Brazil, or Norway in the past year of my life. As I looked up at the crowd – the show, the people, the occasional Confederate flags – to me it was all foreign. Foreign and really, really strange.
So yes, I was – I ...
... and all sorts of cultural indicators that this was a coal mining center if the US in its day. Today, this area is very depressed, with high unemployment and its better days in the rear-view mirror.
The new coal capital is in Wyoming, which produces more than 440,000 tons of coal a year -- nearly eight times as much as Pennsylvania, and three or four times more than West Virginia and Kentucky. Ray and I visited coal communities in those ...