Ramada Plaza Hagerstown
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... packed up to keep it dry anyway, but it was still annoying having to pack a wet tent every morning, for example. On the second day we hit our first set of class II rapids, which were a lot of fun. They weren't hard to navigate, but the rough water definitely got us wet. There was a gravel path that you could portage your boat over to run the rapids again, and if we had been in kayaks like a guy who was there at the same time as we were I would have done so, but with our canoe we didn't ...
In Texas we are lucky to make it to another big city in one day. Today we were in 6 states. Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey & New York. Four of those in just an hours time. Crazy! We got a late start this morning, thank you black out curtains! Hit the road and headed to Hershey, PA to visit Chocolate World. We took the ...
... and Extra-Solar settlements as well as the main 'Persistent Virtualities' for the digitized personalities created from the original 'copy' ... often where they go after their body dies or is destroyed. There is also a short descriptive analysis of the sort of Tech left behind by Mimir and developed by the survivors.
The interesting aspect of the Chapter, for an American author, is the acceptance of the fact that Capitalism ...
... of miles to cover! We get back on the trail as it zigzags higher and higher up the hillside. I'm getting a bit worried... I calculated our distance to the car using the road, not a trail that after 30 minutes hasn't gotten us any closer to our destination.
Finally we reach the ridge and the trail is very rocky, but at least it goes in a fairly straight line. As day slowly fades, we trudge along in the still of the woods... reaching the car just as night falls... Ending a beautiful ...
... bustle of the city center--and yet close enough so workers could walk to work. Too bad this concept didn't last.
I hike up a ways, then head back south again, to a not so fancy, cramped neighborhood which was one of the original African American neighborhoods. Here there's a plaque to Othello Wilson, one of the first African Americans enlisted in the regular army. It goes on to tell of how he fought to suppress Indian uprising. If I were African American I'd kind of have ...