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... we have been warned to expect up to five inches of rain. Oh well what can I do, nothing other that stay put.
off to Washington for a couple of days tomorrow, with a bit of luck should be my turn in the front seat. After getting over my malaise I have really got back into it the last couple of days and loving it all, such beautiful country Canada and America, just love it, don't want it to end.
Our driver and friend, Bill Krouse, picked us up at home and drove us to Dulles Airport in Virginia. We left home about 2:30 pm and arrived at Dulles Airport at about 5:00 pm. The traffic wasn't too bad. We ate dinner at Old Dominion Brewing Company in the airport. The next stop is ...
Connie chose to let us all sleep in with a departure time set for 9:00 am. After breakfast in the hotel the luggage was packed and we set off according to our schedule. Once again we followed the Susquehanna River through Pennsylvania. Our first stop was at McDonalds in South Williamsport. Along the river and then through the mountains we finally saw 4 deer at the side of the road - the only wildlife spotted other than the crew in the bus next ...
... start to drop.
Stage 3: Abandoned houses decay all around. Crime is rampant. Pretty much just poor left who hardly pay any taxes. (also observed in the southeast side)
Stage 4: Abandoned houses are torn down, leaving vast empty lots. Sometimes just a couple houses on a one city block (as observed here on 6th street)
But then something odd starts to happen. Since there hardly anything in their way, developers can come in, purchase big sections of grassy ...
... for experiencing this beautiful world on foot.
"The Appalachian Trail is something that grows on you. Once you experience it, you just can't get away from it. I plan to spend the rest of my life involved with the trail." the manager of the museum tells me.
The P.O.W Interrogation Camp.
The next segment I will hike with Tim Franklin, a fellow musician with whom I have a lot in common. We've enjoyed some great discussions about ...