Nittany Lion Inn
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... State College I'll be graduated from Penn State... How crazy is that??
BUT on the bright side I am really excited to get getting closer and closer to leaving for Dublin!
I'm headed home to Virginia first to take care of some last minute things before my flight on Friday, so see you until ...
Day 343 7 hrs, 10 kms Actual date: April 9, 2015 So my forest adventure begins. There are lots of crisscrossing paths, but it's easy to keep my bearings, as there are electric wires to follow--and the river gorge to my left. fter days of road walking, I'm enjoying the tranquility of the forest... Several small herds of whitetail deer leap gracefully past--and I see my first wild turkey in several ...
... in life" like that... I reach Juniata college campus as dawn starts to break. Theres'a nice bench by the clock in a large grassy area, so I figure it's a good spot for fulfilling my "purpose in life": playing music in every town that I visit. On up the road the scenery quickly changes to an upscale, new neighborhood at the edge of the forest. Supposedly there's a road through the forest to get me to ...
... everybody) is a bit over the top. But hey, as long as the only think folks around here are shooting at are deer and an occasional road sign, I'm not going to make an issue of it. Actually, when you stop to think about it and realize how heavily armed the American population is, and how much fear and distrust there is between different segments of the population, it is pretty impressive that we've only fought ...
... day of work in the quarry! I figure, if they could do it on a hard work day, I can do this hike in the middle of a long hike... So up I go. It is a fun experience... climbing this Stairway to Heaven. Brings back memories of the stairways up the mountains to temples in China, like Tai'an. But this was not used to go to a place to worship, but rather to labor away at what I would imagine was a low paying ...