Super 8 Clearfield
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Our adventure this year is Nova Scotia. Neither one of us has ever been there, so we are excited about traveling there. We got a bunch of information and searched the Internet so we think we are going to like it. We have to go through Maine to get there, one of our favorite places. We plan on overdosing on lobster along the way.
I had a dentist appointment at 11 am to get a temporary cap put on a broken molar, so we ...
... valley, a pretty standard middle class town with a shabby little Main Street and a grid of quiet residential streets. Beyond, the valley feels surprisingly underdeveloped--at least on the road I'm taking, with a lot of land that looks like it might have been developed for a while and then let gone wild... Finally, as dusk sets in, I reach the edge of the main city, Altoona... and I decide to call it a ...
... to have developed into a fairly significant industrial hub of its own--so I'm looking forward to discovering it and adding it to my hike. It's also the first significant Pennsyvania "civilization" that I'm discovering for the first time in a long while. One minute I'm walking through the narrow, isolated Little Juniata Gorge... the next minute I find myself in downtown Tyrone, my first town in Logan Valley. And I like this town right away. It's got a ...
5 hrs, 12 kms Actual date: May 27, 2015 Today the scenery goes back back to typical Appalachia: a valley and then another ridge at the other side. High up the ridge I climb up a grassy slope to get a beautiful view of the landscape behind me: lush rolling wooded landscape interrupted by an occasional flowery meadow. A fitting farewell to Huntingdon County. And so ...
... 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 ...