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... of the factory and all got a free chocolate afterwards...a new caramel one. Yum! We finally made it to New York, via the Newark airport (don't ask). Our hotel is nice! We went for a stroll down to the park slope area of Brooklyn and ate some yummy pizza and baked ziti! We were all tired and finally fell asleep. Looking forward to our NYC adventure ...
The very first thing on the agenda was to hop on the bus and start heading north. Our first stop after being on the motor coach for a while was the famous Gettysburg battlegrounds. This was the site where the turning point of the Civil War took place in the Battle of Gettysburg. All throughout the tour of the grounds, I kept finding myself imagining the number of fallen soldiers laying in the fields, especially when looking upon them from higher ...
... Bob up my rear (he loves it bless his heart!).
MR Motorcycles is just what the doctor ordered - a great service dept with tyres abound and a huge showroom selling a vast range of bikes. (Thanks Phil at the Campsite for finding this place). Alex and Steve on the service desk sort me out and we have a real laugh and joke with them. ...
... I go inside and to get some more imformation on the area. There aren't a lot of visitors, so the state park workers are eager to chat. I tell them what the high school kid told me about being a "Southern boy"
The park worker explained. "West Virginia across the river didn't feel much affinity with the South--as the land there is hilly so farms were small and there was o need for slaves. In this part of Maryland the land is flat so there were large slave ...
Day totals: 13 hrs, 25.6 kms
The Four Step Linear Hike
As in Casablanca Superhike, I'm going to be doing a lot of 1-3 day trips here in Pennsylvania in between my "big trips". I'm eager to turn this into a Superhike. But right from the get go I'm faced with a predicament.
See, in Casablanca, doing a Superhike in many one day segments was pretty simple. You just walk all day, then at the end you catch a bus or collective taxi home. Then, next time you want to ...