Quality Inn Bedford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... and the stone, flags, and flowers that mark the crash site.
Although the memorial has been constructed for a while, a new visitor center is due to open later this year. They are installing a walkway from the visitor center, through a grove of newly planted trees, and over a pedestrian bridge to the site. We hope to go back again in the future.
... to the wall of names carved in Marble. The Marble wall as well as the new Visitors Center is constructed along the flight path to the point of impact. At that point of rest, there is a large sandstone boulder that is original. There are 40 groves of trees being reintroduced into this large meadow. This was an area that had been strip mined. The sacrifice of these individuals leaves one speechless and in tears. ...
... it? I try catching it but the snake lunges at me repeatedly, so I decide to leave it in peace. Not quite as friendly as the garter snakes I used to catch in Oregon. Finally reach the sign that says "Fulton County", my last county in this loop. Goodbye Huntingdon County... it was fun getting to know ya... Under the sign is a "building permits required" that has been blacked out with spray paint. A bit of a rebel streak here in Fulton County, eh? The road continues on to ...
... with houses with enormous yards. This actually bothers me more than the trailer park--at least the trailer park provides homes for people in a space efficient way... this development looks like a squandering of a precious resource on huge yards that people really aren't going to use for anything... Veering off to the west is my next town: Newry. This town wins the prize for Shabbiest Town Hall. It looks like a little old church ...
... it is a Civil War monument and a monument to the the pioneer family with the father holding a gun and the mother reading the child a book. Sort of the stereotypical image we like to preserve of the first white settlers. Incidentally, I learn, Logan Valley is actually named after a Native American leader who lost his role as chief because he lost his eye due to an arrow. He was friendy towards the colonists ...