Super 8 Chambersburg / Scotland Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for the Union here), then made our way towards the historical district of town.
First stop was the Springhouse Tavern at Dobbin House for a cold draft beer. Built in 1776 by a reverend and his family, the home was built over a spring so they would have an adequate and safe (from the Indians) supply of water. ...
Staying at a very nice KOA nestled in the forested hills a few miles outside Gettysburg. Our site has a stone firepit, loveseat-bench rocker, and one of the main reasons we stay at KOA's: a dog park for Braddock! We also took him for a hike on the 1-mile nature trail where he spied a lttle deer family for us. About mid-afternoon, we took the shuttle into town to see the Gettysburg ...
... and parkbenching that I could first.
Now things have slowed down dramatically. In the last year I've only explored 40 new towns and spent a mere 44 days on the road. It suddenly struck me the other day that this is the first time since I reached adulthood that I've gone more than 7 months without crossing an international border!
So what's the purpose of this slowdown? Here are some of my thoughts:
- This is a chance to focus on quality over ...
... you just seem to glass over. We also went back to the Cyclorama. Being that it is so massive, you just can't see it all in one visit. I ended up becoming a Patron of Gettysburg - hopefully my contribution will help to restore just one thing.
Day 104 - As we left on our way to VA, we encountered a huge rain storm. As we were hooking up the car in the rain, we were finished and I was headed back to the coach (meanwhile ground is overly ...
... and many would eventually become quite wealthy. None of that was a problem. He just wanted to start a civilization, and he wanted a mix of people to do that.
This is what makes America so different from most of the world. I remember hiking through mountain valleys in Morocco, and being told that, to this day, it would be unthinkable to sell a piece of land to someone outside of the tribe. This land should stay with the family and the tribe... forever!