Rodeway Inn Shippensburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... one room building. Oh! Of course! an Amish schoolhouse! I've been hoping to come across one of these on my hike. Then it hits me: these kids came on these same snow covered roads in subzero wind chill... on foot scooters, probably a couple miles (homes are spaced far apart here). And they do this every day. No way to "call in" to see if it's a snow day, because they don't use phones. My first feeling is admiration. These kids are tough and make a huge effort to come ...
... to pass a few days later and see the entire restaurant torn down to its foundation and being rebuilt from scratch. Was this necessary? Of course not. But in America, time is money, and to tear something down and rebuild it is quicker than doing repairs. Nothing is built to last here.
As I continue my walk, I pass a house with a heavyset couple in their pajamas in the front yard. The woman is filming a man pouring a bucket of ice water on himself. Is this ...
... to always be the case--a I've observed as well... The Carlisle Indian Conference I head back to downtown to take some more pictures and where some plaques catch my attention. There's a plaque honoring an expeditionary force that fought the French in the French-Indian War--you don't see much importance to that pre-independence conflict when colonists were fighting with the British... Another rare plaque is one dedicated to the "1753 Carlisle Indian ...
... Moroccans, Latinos, Indian... But I didn't like the layout of the neighborhood. No sidewalks in places, and a lot of dead end gated complexes, so not a place you can just go for a stroll easily. I finally reach Mechanicsburg proper. I remember my first gigs here... at the coffeehouse... at Aurora Cafe, a center that helps adults with disabilities to find jobs... A Christian bookstore catches my eye, ...
... an intriguing story. Growing up in Mexico, I heard many stories of Catholics, who didn't find meaning in their inherited faith, converting into Protestants, even though this angered their family--but I never heard of it going the other way.
Anne was raised an Episcopalian, but when here husband died when they were in Italy, she had close contact with the Catholic faith, and chose to convert. Then she came back to America and set up the first parochial ...