Penn National Inn
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Not for tourist but for golfers.
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... flight up, I picked up my new car from the rental stop. Right off the bat, two things about driving in the northeast are much different than my previous journey. One, it's much different driving in a place with hills and mountains. And two, I am much happier driving a Prius hybrid getting 50 miles per gallon! The second one will especially come in handy as I plan on putting over a thousand miles on the car this leg! I got into Gettysburg a little after lunch ...
... clothing, trying to get customers to step back in time with them. As it was late afternoon, the ghost tour establishments were getting filled with people making reservations to tour the town and park at night in hopes to make contact with spirits of the past.
We left Gettysburg discussing of our next trip back and what other activities we would want to get into. I look forward to going back as I feel there is so much more to see.
... d also like to include in this Superhike. But a while back I did a search for "covered bridges" in this area on Google maps and one showed up a few kilometers south of Greencastle. I've got a thing for covered bridges, so I figure it wouldn't hurt to do yet another "detour of a detour" to add this to my journey. So I head down, through a sprawling new development to Antrim Township park. Here there' a ...
7 hrs, 17 kms
Day Totals: 14 hr, 36 kms
Dusk is approaching as I reach the border of Pennsylvania and Maryland. This isn't even the halfway mark, so it looks like I'm going to be hiking late into the night. I'm not concerned--as long as I've got a trail I can follow I'll be find. And luckily I stuck my bicycle light in my pocket to help me out a bit.
I do pause to chat with a couple of thru-hikers that are doing the hike from Maine to Georgia all in one trip. I ...
... of Main Street Street fair--one of the few times in the year when you see large numbers of Chambersburgians out and about. So, I can't miss this opportunity to soak in the vibe.
Main Street is lined with craft vendors, paintings--of course your typical fair snacks. It's quite a contrast seeing so many white people here on Main Street, which is predominantly Latino on any other day. There are a lot of Mennonites in their traditional attire... But there's a nice mix. In between ...