The Henryville Inn
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... col commander of the western military, he received the unanimous thanks of congress,for his efficient services,was a friend and confidante of George Washington and for many years surveyor General of Pennyslvannia".
I left an Australian one dollar coin in the grave, just a way to say that some many years later, one of his desecndants have paid their respects.
He was recognised for bravery by George Washington, when leading ...
... all the faucets, shower, and yes - even the first time John used the toilet. First time we made ice cubes in the freezer, first time we dumped the gray and black water tanks. But most importantly, it was the first night we slept in our bed, now we can truly call this rig our "home". Although we quickly realized we need better blinds! Back to Wal-Mart for the millionth time this ...
... I was full of food and drink, I had a roof over my head for the night (and four walls), and I was going to be leaving Pennsylvania in the morning. What could be wrong?
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Day 96 - 20 miles. Bake Oven Knob Shelter to Smith Gap Road
Day 97 - 8.1 miles. Smith Gap Road to Wind Gap, PA
Day 98 - 15.6 miles. Wind Gap, PA, to Delaware Water Gap, PA
... 1 was the Backyard Ale House. Nope, we didn't want to have lunch in what looked for all accounts like a dive bar. Option #2 was a place called Carl Van Luger's. I guess we should have known by the white table clothes what we were getting into but the lunch menu looked reasonable. And, the food was good and it wasn't too expensive. IT JUST TOOK FOREVER!! An hour and 45 minutes later, we FINALLY were on our way to ...
... to Amish Country. Pennsylvania Amish Country is everything you imagine it to be -- lush countryside, rolling hills and farmland. On the back roads of Lancaster, you'll find horse and buggies, where things are simpler, the pace of life is slower and where time has stood still for generations. Markets are found where the local Amish sell their goods as well as antique shops and good food.
We love this area and loved this entire stay. ...