Rodeway Inn Shippensburg
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1419. A Wonderful Welcome back to Portugal (Portugal 013)
Tavira, December 28, 2012, Day 171
11 hrs*, 13.8 kms
Day Totals: 16 hrs, 19.6 kms
Back in February of 2008, just 7 months after having started my Global Parkbench Tour, I traveled this route from Andalusia to the Algarve region in souther Portugal. Now I'm back again... to visit the towns that I missed and to continue all the way to the very Southwesternmost tip of Europe... ...
... us that we had just missed Arlo Guthrie who played across the street two days prior. He even played the full Alice's restaurant, would have been awesome to see. However as always when travelling in a bus we are too slow getting there.
The next morning we walked around the Gettysburg battlefields and grave sites. Went to the visitors center and viewed the museum and cyclorama. All very interesting and very well documented. In the ...
... only rule". Selea has some beautiful homes with large gardens along a creek... Then there's Maddensville. Here I spot a swimming hole created by damming up a small creek with a large boulder jutting into it. I head down to take a picture or two. Should I? It's autumn, and I'm sure the water is freezing cold. But still... the water looks enticing, and I am feeling a bit hot. So I plunge in to the electrifying feeling of cold... swim around to the other side of the ...
... you live close to nature, doesn't mean that you're necessarily going to enjoy it... I also notice quite a few African Americans in town--which I find pleasantly surprising. There go the Huntingdon county-redneck stereotypes. I do my video clip here in front of an onion shaped Eastern Orthodox church. I find it refreshing to see a little of variety when it comes to religion in these parts. Or maybe it just brings back memories from my wanderings in Eastern ...
... the village of Scotland, which I parkbenched way back in 2007. It's pretty chilly today, but I do manage to make it through my entire 2013 album before my fingers go completely numb, the head out to explore the town a little more.
Scotland hosts the district court for Greene Township--but it's more like a big metal shed with windows! Possibly one of the most unglamourous courthouses I've seen. I mean, I'm all for the government being frugal... but a metal shed?!