Follow the Warrior Trail, a path walked for 5,000 years by native Americans, which starts in Greensboro and continues to the Ohio River in West Virginia.
You can download lots of different bicycle maps at this Web site:
Bed and Breakfasts:
So' Journey Farm
1841 Bristoria Road
Holbrook, PA 15341
The Captain's Watch Inn Bed & Breakfast
106 Water Streets (PO Box 164), Greenesboro, PA 15338 Phone: 724-943-3131
Cole's Country Cabins Bed & Breakfast
502 Hoovers Run Road, Holbrook, PA 15341
Places to eat:
There are plenty of chain restaurants in Waynesburg, but here are a few other places that were recommended to us. Some may be closed on Sundays.
Sisters 4Tea: traditional teas, sandwiches and pastries. Open Monday-Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
205 East High St., Waynesburg, 724-627-0720 www.teamap.com/tearooms/sisters_4_tea_1634.html
Stokes Store in Wind Ridge, a village along Route 21 in Richhill Township, has good meatloaf sandwiches and homemade fudge.
J & K General Store, formerly Hixie's, in Garrison, on Route 18 in the southernmost part of Greene County, has everything from hardware to coffee.