Harrisburg South Super 8 Motel
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... We had a weird tasting before our meal, all the things they use to make in the early days. I tried the six tastings, I have eaten everything from cheese made inside dead pigs guts, marrow from the pigs trotter, all the organs, birch beer, I forget all the others. I gagged a few times but was determined to try it all. If I wake up dead tomorrow I will know I have been poisoned. Was the best fun though, a lot of the guys chickened out before us ...
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 ...
... time, which has been covered over by asphalt. Anyone who is familiar with the northeast knows, with freezing and thawing, asphalt over concrete slabs does not a good road make; it's kind of like trying to bandage an amputation. It is not unusual to feel a sudden jolt when riding over one of these band-aided seams.
Went to the corvette show at Carlisle today its Sunday, Most cars are entered into what is called fun field. Thousands of cars most from clubs as far as Canada, to Florida. There is an area where people can sell their cars. A new 2014 corvette costs $60,000 a ten year old corvette 2009 could be bought for $3,500. Most cars were there just for the drive every year they drive to Carlisle for the weekend. Next month they have the Ford ...
... br> And where is that? It's the ruins of a World War II battle site.
World War II?! This is Pennsylvania, not Transylvania, right? How is that possible?
Yes, it's true. But it was a different sort of battle fought here. It was a battle of the mind. This is where German and Japanese prisoners were brought to be "questioned" at this secretive POW camp.
"Just asking them a few questions..." Tim says sardonically.
Little is left of the ...