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Hiking:

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.

www.pagreenways.org/db-Greenwaydetails.asp?GW_ID=53

Biking:

You can download lots of different bicycle maps at this Web site:

www.co.greene.pa.us/secured/gc/images/tour/bikemap.pdf

Accommodations/dining

Bed and Breakfasts:

So' Journey Farm

1841 Bristoria Road

Holbrook, PA 15341

724-499-5680

www.sojourneyfarm.com/

The Captain's Watch Inn Bed & Breakfast

106 Water Streets (PO Box 164), Greenesboro, PA 15338 Phone: 724-943-3131

E-mail: capwatch@bentcom.net

www.thecaptainswatch.net

Cole's Country Cabins Bed & Breakfast

502 Hoovers Run Road, Holbrook, PA 15341

Phone: 724-451-8521

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.



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