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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... often in Atlantic Canada and we noticed that no-one (except us) wore raincoats - they just wore their everyday clothes and didn't hurry to avoid getting put of the rain - guess they're used to it.....
We saw very few signs of poverty, even in big cities. There appears to be more of a middle class in Canada, although there certainly are some wealthy Canadians - we drove by many huge estates on our travels.
... on the side. It was very tasty.
On the way back from the restaurant, I stopped to gas up my bike. Then I decided I should check and fill my tires before returning to the motel. It feels good to get to the room prepared to ride first thing in the morning.
The final treat for the day is to finally have wifi connection tonight for the first time in 3 ...
... show off the junk one buys/buy more junk ....... forget all that headache, I like the fact that the less I have = the more freedom I have. Not just freedom from money, but more importantly, the freedom from stress and the freedom to do what I want to do! Okay, time to sleep.....hopefully :) Monday, June 30 2014 Heading to the library for a bit, then to grab a bite to eat. Not going to wash clothes today, they don't stink hardly, so we will wait til Delaware ...
... and glad to see us. He was only expecting Gabrielle and Cheyenne. On Steve's recommendation we had lunch at Bert's Diner in Palmerton. Marie had pork chop with mash and fried onion rings, I had calf liver with green salad and carrot and raisin salad,and a peanut butter and chocolate milkshake and rice pudding - HUGE and yum. Gabrielle had breaded mushrooms (only 12 this time) and clam strips. Chey had a ...
... threatened Rain all day, but that kept it cool out - only one little rain burst for about 5 minutes. We made it to the 501 shelter, and met a family that was thru-hiking. Pretty large group, so I think it was 2 families. The shelter had a solar shower, but it was kinda cold, so I heated up water on my stove, and used my camel back to take a warm shower with :) . We headed out and planned to do another 15 miles. As we hiked down the trail to the stream, there was a toad ...