Rodeway Inn Shippensburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After months of planning and waiting to take this trip the day has finally arrived! I've been able to whittle down the clothes I need to take into a qualifying size carry-on bag. I still need to swing by the drug store to pick up some travel size anti-perspirant and toothpaste; TSA regulations make it a little more challenging than just grabbing out of the medicine cabinet. Next stop, the ...
In Texas we are lucky to make it to another big city in one day. Today we were in 6 states. Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey & New York. Four of those in just an hours time. Crazy! We got a late start this morning, thank you black out curtains! Hit the road and headed to Hershey, PA to visit Chocolate World. We took the ...
The very first thing on the agenda was to hop on the bus and start heading north. Our first stop after being on the motor coach for a while was the famous Gettysburg battlegrounds. This was the site where the turning point of the Civil War took place in the Battle of Gettysburg. All throughout the tour of the grounds, I kept finding myself imagining the number of fallen soldiers laying in the fields, especially when looking upon them from higher ...
... put a paving brick with the name in black marker... a couple put a cross (uh... cross? I'm trying to figure out how that works into their theological beliefs...) Of course, "Pet Cemeteries" fit well into American culture. Americans love their pets--often considering them as family members. In fact, one of the most common home businesses I've seen in this area are pet grooming businesses... So it wouldn't seem too unusual that Fido be laid to rest just a ...
... off the land the best they could.
Nowadays, these mountain folks don't live off the land any more. They drive down the mountain (which is still a bit treacherous in the wintertime) and... yes... work as laborers and employees. But that independent streak is still there. They still have a passion for hunting, chop their own wood to heat their homes, and remain a bit suspicious of the government.
As a matter of fact, the only flag I see waving in ...