Super 8 Clearfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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6 hrs, 14.1 kms Day totals: 17 hrs, 40.1 kms Actual date: May 27, 2015 Logan Valley actually has a freeway running through it, Interstate 99. So it is reasonably connected with the rest of the country (not to mention a major railway). However, with areas like the Cumberland Valley being so much more central for warehouses and such, it doesn't seem like this freeway has managed to save Logan Valley ...
... Main Street which ends with an old paper factory right next to the mountain. On the west side the houses are also pressed right against the wooded slopes, giving it a cozy, old school industrial mountain town feel. Many of these houses are quite beautiful as well--giant homes each with their unique flair--turrets, vine covered walls... some showing their age a bit, but still beautiful. Somehow with the rain and the lush scenery this reminds me of ...
... continues through a thinly populated area along the Little Juniata River. Sometimes rising up and cutting through a ridge, revealing the angled rock layers--evidence of the massive upheaval of the earth's surface leading to the creation of these mountains... other times the road follows the river, with rusty metal bridges crossing from time to time to whatever ...
Got some sleep at a truck stop in Pa and we are back on the road. Making up time for the late start.
Zipped through Ohio. Shuffled past Indiana and sloshed into Illinois. 620 miles and time to get some eats and much needed rest. See you in the ...
... petition I could sign in the building somewhere. One of the displays proudly announced they make a bajillion pennies per day...whyyyyyy, the nickel is the new penny, pass it on. Oh! I almost forgot the best part! As I was walking out I noticed an eagle mounted on the wall. I assumed it was a statue since I only saw it from the corner of my eye, but as I read the plaque I learned that it was a stuffed real eagle from the 1800s. Peter the Eagle occupied ...