Harman'S Luxury Log Cabins
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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By noon, we had gassed up 3 times, been through a rain shower, travelled 307 kms (probably 100 of them in construction zones) and had just finished lunch at Burger King. We all ordered their chicken salad with different kinds of cheeses and kept the young lady in the back ...
... was going to jump out at me at any moment. I was constantly looking around flashing my headlight at everything around me just to make sure. I was right... something did come out of the bushes. a chipmunk. I giggled to myself feeling silly.
Eventually Lee called for me to take him off belay and he set up my top rope. I moved up the face a few feet at a time, taking out the gear he had placed ahead of me. Once my feet were off the ...
... a river road for us to follow. Turned out beautiful. But, it only lasted 10 or so miles. The rest was pure, steep climbing.
We met farmer/rancher Mark White along a ridge top. We exchanged stories of "bad brothers" after the death of his father this year. It seems that all the hard work of "The Greatest Generation" has been left to a bunch of whining greeds.
The end of the day rewarded us with a wonderful resort known as Canaan State Park.
Fortunate day's ...
... store a guy stopped to chat about the trip and about his trip in 1983 when he was 37. He rode through Utah. He was so excited for us and wanted us to spend the night at his house 10 miles up the road. We thanked him and said we really needed to ride longer than that. Well, hours later I hear someone yell at us, but failed to see them. About 2 miles later I tell Scott I think those people were the 'biker guy' people. Well, I am stopped to take a photo ...
... their mid teens. The campground was immaculate complete with a little farm, a small orchard, a fishing pond and a creek. They have a barn which is a meeting area with places to sit and a complete kitchen. They also have two stages on property. Seems that Mark and Bonnie love music and host the Highland Jam every August. While we were staying there, the local college was hosting Fiddlers workshop. Several of the attendees of ...