"Beware when the great God lets loose a thinker on this planet." ~Ralph Waldo Emerson US essayist & poet (1803 - 1882)

Sunday, June 25, 2006

we made it to York.

O.K. after 9-10 hours, including stops to pee and eat, we made to the hotel in your, unpacked, and took a well deserved shower. We arrived by 6:30

Not a lot to do on a Sunday around the York area, and it's been raining nonstop since we passed Pittsburgh.

By 7:30 we had found a local brew pub and after a beer and a sandwich are back at the hotel, as i type this.

Get this the name of the place is Bube's, pronounced boobies. i gotta get this phoenetic t-shirt...

It's the oldest brewery in the U.S. in it's original location. A speakeasy in prohibition, of course.

How's that for Americana???

btw...have a mentioned that marathon training starts next week. i knew i had a reason for a 16 week train in lieu of a 18 weeker.

Thanks again for reading.


Gknee said...

Not a lot to do? I thought York was the factory tour capital of the US. SUrely they can't be all closed on sundays...can they...my world is crumbling just thinking about this.... :D

Lisa said...

I was thinking the same thing, Jeanne...there MUST have been something to do on a Sunday.

In any event, have a ball and report in with all the tours you do.

Lisa said...

hey we did the most important tour we could find in this area....the brewery tour. by the time we got here and got settled it was the only thing open. we'll hit the H-D tour later this week, don't worry...won't miss that for anything!