As previously described the Selinsgrove Inn offered little risk. Even more so that there was no breakfast available with the restaurant closed.
We packed up early and hit the road north. Our morning sustenance was found in Williamsport, PA at a coffee shop with take out. The "Masks required for entry" sign was reassuring though once seated outside (no inside dining) we observed several people including a local cop just stroll in bare faced. Whatever. Our takeout breakfast was in disposable packages - not very elegant but met the safety standards.
Again, riding presented no challenges, a lot of miles covered today. No encounters with others.
Arriving at the Country Inn at Berkeley, WV I strode right in to the desk forgetting to pull up my face cover. Jackie reminded me. Oops. The front desk staff had those plastic shields for protection, other hotel staff had faces covered. Few guests did. That was to be the norm.
Our room seemed fine (how do you know). Once unpacked and showered we headed down to the bar. Tables were available in all four corners and we took one. The remainder of the room was no seating. It seemed safe enough and we were so comfortable there we took dinner at our table, quite good.
We'll see what the morning brings. First impression is people seem less vigilant.
There are some great roads north of Williamsport. Take Rt 15 to Liberty, head West on Rt 6 to Morris. At the stop sign turn Left. Then take a right when you are coming out of town and head down to Blackwell. Beautiful Country. I know your past the area by now. Been following your trip on FB. Looks like you are having a blast!