Stateline Inn Hagerstown
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... 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 ...
... t work for an economy with nanofactories ... there's no scarcity ... though I am not at all convinced that the idea he comes up with (used in some other books and games as well, though rather better developed here) of a "Reputation Based Economy' makes any more sense ... still, it seems internally consistent and would work well enough in the game world.
Chapter 3: Agendas (75-96) - This Chapter covers the major players in ...
... about making this fellow my role model though... A man from an oppressed minority fighting a white man's war against another oppressed minority...
Going to church... twice
Back in downtown, I decide to walk up and down all the main streets to fully explore the city center. There aren't too many full size cities on my Applachian Superhike, so I might as well thoroughly enjoy the ones I've got.
Downtown Hagerstown does have some nice architecture, but it's ...
... 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 ...
Again we had breakfast at our hotel and then loaded the buses. We set off for a 4 hour bus ride to New York City. We travelled through Pennsylvania and New Jersey, stopping at a Loves Truck stop for a short break. The trees are still bare so we can see the homes and farms over the rolling hills. We passed by Hershey but did not have time this trip to stop - even for a quick bite of chocolate. We arrived at the Central Park and had about 3 hours to ...