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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... from the previous establishment so we decide to partake of the Irish cheese board from the bar menu. An assortment of Irish farmhouse cheeses, served with Guinness wholegrain mustards, pickled veggies, & crackers tickled our tongues. One of the most authentic Irish pubs we've been in and very popular with the locals.
Staying at a very nice KOA nestled in the forested hills a few miles outside Gettysburg. Our site has a stone firepit, loveseat-bench rocker, and one of the main reasons we stay at KOA's: a dog park for Braddock! We also took him for a hike on the 1-mile nature trail where he spied a lttle deer family for us. About mid-afternoon, we took the shuttle into town to see the Gettysburg ...
... all over America, as Americans prefer the convenience of a parking lot over the traditional way of shopping where you actually have to do a little walking to go from shop to shop. Now even the Chambersburg Mall is at risk due to this new shopping district (which doesn't have the personality of a Main Street--but at least there's more human interaction than a car-shopping cart-to cash register-to car experience).
But today I'm not going to feel ...
... me for a stretch of my Superhike!) and overall
(2 hrs) Walk with my brother: This was more a chance to revisit a couple spots around town that bring back memories for both of us. Andrew also lived here in Chambersburg for a year at a critical phase in his life, so it was a nostalgic walk for him as well.
(2 hrs) The Projects: One corner of Chambersburg I'd missed during my last tour were "the projects" a low income housing development. Simple houses, but ...
Day totals: 11 hrs, 18.7 kms
Remember Chambersburg? This is the place where I see to always end up when I'm at a major transition in my life. Summer of 1994... Winter of 1999... Fall of 2000. On that last one I actually ended up staying here for 7 long years. The whole time, though, I just say it as a "base camp" to prepare for my next adventure. I never really bonded with the town or tried to dig beneath the surface to discover its culture. I found it easy to write of ...