Super 8 Martinsburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and stopped in West Virginia. I must confess that I LOVE New York. There is something about that state that fills me with joy everytime I visit no matter where I seem to go. Perhaps it is the rolling hills, the rocky cliffs, or the huge I (heart) NY signs but I always find myself smiling as I visit or pass through.
It is interesting to see the countryside with no foliage on the trees. Just like Nova Scotia, the number of houses goes ...
It was a bittersweet breakfast as we knew we would be saying farewell to people, especially to David and Gene who would leave right after breakfast. We said our goodbyes to the hikers as well, who were off on yet another hike before leaving this beautiful site.
Those who remained in our little group went on to learn about Thailand. We were introduced to traditional Thai utensils made out of ...
... and the camaraderie was wonderful. Both Road Scholar groups shared their experiences of the day as well as the meal.
The day was finished off with a discussion and game about the factors that contribute to hunger. Stewart had us play some of the games the children had played earlier, but on a grander scale. This was to teach us about world populations and private consumption. We were given seven jars of food and had to identify each one. None of us did very well ...
... out the group a little later after helping Stewart do some things. Mary Anne cleaned the village homes in readiness for the students, while Jan & David worked on kitchen cabinets for the wealthier Mozambique home. Our lunch was from Guatemala.
The afternoon was spent finishing up tasks. I went down to help put wooden shelves in the Thailand home. They let me play with the power tools, mainly ...
... that typical American setup with a houses surrounded by a big yard, these are 2 or 3 storey townhouses, squeezed together tightly--but still each with a private yard. I like that... I hate seeing so much land being wasted and used to grow America's number one (and useless) crop: grass. Now if only they could just create real towns instead of just splattering the countryside with random, soulless developments.
I pass through a ...