Farmhouse on Tomahawk Run

Address: 1828 Tomahawk Run Rd., Hedgesville, West Virginia, 25427, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 1828 Tomahawk Run Rd., Hedgesville.
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Travel Blogs from Hedgesville

Game Time

A travel blog entry by ktchris on Nov 02, 2014

The morning was spent at the YMCA in Reston. We both got in fantastic workouts that morning and the facilities were fantastic. I have loved these YMCAs and if we settle somewhere one day I think a membership will be in order. We drove to Winchester, Virginia where we knew there was a good sports bar waiting. It was Sunday and it was game time. The Patriots were playing the Broncos and it was a big game. Brady ...

Harpers Ferry - John Brown's Raid

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 14, 2014

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... a blend of National Park system properties that house museums
and private businesses and residences. The density of buildings in the lower
town and the way they sprawl up the steep hillside with a church above is
fairly unique in the U.S. It looks more to me like some of the small towns in
the Rhine and Mosel Valleys in Germany than a typical small U.S. town.

Harpers Ferry became a center for Black ...

Antietam - The Bloodiest Day in American History

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 13, 2014

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... casualties
in all wars (Revolution, War of 1812, and Mexican War) up until the Civil War.

Watching the film at the visitor center and the descriptions
of what took place at the stops along the battlefield drive it seems like the
huge number of casualties resulted from some very bad military strategy on both
sides, especially the Union side which had superior force strength. The
descriptions of the soldiers marching in formation ...

Post-visit: Ponderings on our 15th President

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 28, 2014

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... it's an elite private high school--the first private academy of its sort that I've explored. I do a little research and find that it's a "highly selective" school that costs 52,000 a year for boarding students--more than what the average family around here earns. It seems an odd place to have such an academy--tucked against the mountains in what would otherwise be considered a rather redneck part of America.

As I walk about, seeing the crisply dressed staff and ...

1825. Crossing the Potomac

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Mar 15, 2014

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... Great Engineering Failure.

Now everybody knows about America's great successes in innovation, technology and engineering... from the telephone, to the airplane to the Empire State Building. But what about it's great failures? Well, a few feet away, I'm going to discover one of them.

George Washington was obsessed with making the Potomac, a river with waterfalls and rapids, navegable, so to be a crucial link connecting the Atlantic to the inland frontier. ...