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The overnight stay in our cabins at the Blue Ridge Motorcycle campsite was comfortable and warm. The Blue Ridge Mountains are sub tropical so the air is damp and humid.
Phil the guy who runs the place organises our breakfast, eggs - over medium, bacon, toast and coffee. Phil also puts me in touch with a motorcycle place in Ashville about …
... has the most amazing Capitol building and National Civil War Museum. Both worth spending some time seeing.
Then Gettysburg. We arrived late afternoon and in the last sun of the day viewed some Gettysburg Civil War sites before nightfall. Also, the weather was about to turn on us.
Today, we spent at the Gettysburg Military Park and took a 2 ...
... and stopped in West Virginia. I must confess that I LOVE New York. There is something about that state that fills me with joy everytime I visit no matter where I seem to go. Perhaps it is the rolling hills, the rocky cliffs, or the huge I (heart) NY signs but I always find myself smiling as I visit or pass through.
It is interesting to see the countryside with no foliage on the trees. Just like Nova Scotia, the number of houses goes ...
... But perhaps I need to dig a bit deeper before I can pass judgment. A horse and buggy speed past me. This one is enclosed and has reflective tape in back. So I guess you might call him a "liberal" Amish... I continue along the snow swept road. Past a farmhouse with sheets blowing in the clothesline in subzero wind... Finally I reach Orrstown, a tiny village with a large, modern bank chain named after it. It seems a little ironic that they use the Amish buggy as their bank's ...
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Today I once again followed the "Four Step Day Hike Plan" Today I parked my car down near Smithsburg, the next town to the south, then bicycling up to Waynesboro, where I ended my last day hike. Along the way north, I came across another guy walking south along an empty road. He looked like a hobo, but wasn't carrying anything.
"Is this the way to Waynesboro?" I asked.
"Yeah... that's where I'm heading" and he promptly turned ...