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... a pack ... wonderful. Since we just loaded everything in the canoe, we were able to buy extra stuff for the journey, like more and better food and drink. We loaded up a couple of coolers with delicious treats and enjoyed them as we floated. That evening we came to our first portage at the town of Shenandoah, where there was a dam we had to go around out of the water. That was where Shenandoah River Adventures was actually located, so they came and picked us and our canoe up and we ...
... boat only fits 4 people. Hinesh and I decide to paddle and we set out. The waters are calm and its easy enough but the boat doesn't move fast. So while we're moving our little legs the boat doesn't go very far. Its a nice day so we soak in the sun rays and enjoy being in the water. We turn the boat around when we get to the orange buoys but turning it around was a different story. We were now going against the current so it was so much harder. I swap seats with John and he takes his ...
... They are truly spectacular rivers.
Coming home, we stopped in Boonsboro at a very nice Grill and Tap Room, which featured about 25 craft tap beers, about half of which were from the regional area. They even had a Widmer seasonal on tap, although they listed it as being from Washington.
Finally, we stopped at a local casino that operates in conjunction with a large racetrack operation. Sheryl spent a while on the slot machines, I tried ...
... rivers--meet. Across the river is Harper's Ferry, and to our right is a jagged cliff, with a trail to the top. Up there is where we can get a good view of the panorama--something I completely missed on my last visit. Tim agrees to give it a try. It is a bit of a climb (the trail goes up and then down again), but as soon as you reach the edge of the cliff, you know you made the right choice to climb up here. It think it's one of the best views in ...
... riding out to Bolivar to inform his men that they were about to surrender, got hit by a stray CSA shell fragment and died within the hour.
It is worth understanding, that the northern troops at Antietam, Gettysburg and HF were fairly raw recruits compared to the battle hardened CSA troops who had been fighting for a few years. The north didn't conscript, they asked for volunteers and the term of service could be as low as 90 days. When ...