Wyndham Garden Harrisburg
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This was a day of interesting things. Tonight we had a guy get on the plane and as he came in the door he took off his suit jacket and handed it to me and asked me if I could please hang it up for him. I asked him where he was sitting and he told me in row 8. I told him that I could fold it up nicely and put it in one of the overhead bins for him. …
... exhibit on another trip - and today was the day. It did remind me of our trip with Maui as one of the last places we took her. :-( as she came with Zach and me to visit my parents. Of course, that was also our last trip to their house outside Pinehurst. Given Maui no longer with us and parents sold their house, really glad we took the time for that vacation/road trip. Anyhow, the inside exhibits are free. While the place is relatively small, it is packed ...
... 10 years seeing areas where practically all the houses have been torn down Detroit style--and I'm eager to see what it looks like now. That was 6th street. Yep. Just six block away from a street of beautiful mansion is a street of Stage 4 urban decay. Here are Nathan Phillips's 4 stages of urban decay, all observed here in Harrisburg: Stage one: neighborhoods that used to be nice start getting run down... crime is up... people stop maintaining their houses (as across ...
... I suddenly find myself in a very generic, peaceful middle class suburb... feels far, far detached from the industrial decay and ghetto feel of the riverside below... Highspire wasn't all that inspiring back in 2007--nor is it today. there is a nice shady gazebo where I can take a rest before continuing on my long, sun-scorched stretch past the airport and on to Middletown. Here I think I'm ready to call it a ...
... Some people stand on street corners with their hands in the air... I continue on down the road to Steelton, past the aging mansions high up the steep slopes... wander up to the higher neighborhoods and back down the grand stairway built for the workers who lived up above and worked down at the massive steelworks plant. I was planning on doing another rant about "industrial slash and burn"--how in America we abandon our decaying industrial ...