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... br> In about a half-mile, the trail descended back to creek level via a
couple of switchbacks and then crossed Wildcat Branch. This would make a good spot to turn around so
we stopped here for a few minutes to enjoy the view. A few runners and bicyclists passed us,
crossing Wildcat Branch. These folks
didn’t seem to mind getting wet and didn’t even bother to try to rock-hop the
creek. I suppose it would have ...
... his grandfather, who fought in the War of 1812. The next stop was the Babe Ruth Birthplace House and Museum. This was closed and is actually only blocks from Camden Yards, which is where the Orioles play baseball now. The story on the wall kind of indicates that Babe Ruth had a rough life growing up raised people that were not his real parents, which kind of makes me want to go watch the movie called The Babe over again. I remember watching ...
... the first week was busy with a couple of work interviews, I also had some time for fun. I was lucky enough to be back in time for my 10 year high school reunion - hard to believe it's been that long! It was fantastic to go with my best friend Aileen and catch up with a bunch of our classmates. (We realized we've been friends for longer than we haven't. Does that make sense?! Haha.) We reminisced about some great and hilarious memories from our times there, and chatted about ...
... for not having them changed before I left Maryland. I then turned off my Epica CD and started to flip through the FM radio station channels, searching for news of the storm. As it turns out, this particular storm was a one-in-a-thousand kind of beast, and had descended upon Tennessee with little to no warning. The general consensus was to stay off the roads until the storm had passed unless driving was an absolute necessity. I was quite irritated, as I had only driven a few ...
It's September 19th, and I am on my first flight since returning to the continental United States way back in March. Our family has been home now since mid-May. We've done swim team, the beach, tutoring, camp, work, Poppy's 75th party, fleas, and back to school nights. Actually, we are still doing fleas, but that's a whole other story. Tracy Wilhelm warned us as the trip was wrapping up to try to hold on to it, and to regroup because regular ...