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

Diners galore

A travel blog entry by chris-fernie on Dec 05, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

Friday (day 3) was an amazing day on the road. I tried to meet up with Shannon who will be my room mate in Florida. She recommended a diner just down the road from where I stayed. It was in one of those very old buildings with crooked floors and a tiny ladies washroom.

In hindsight, I am not sure if I went to the right diner or not, but the food was delicious in the one I stopped at. I took the first exit 19 that I came upon which ...

A Fond Farewell

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Oct 31, 2014

10 photos

... flying. Kites are even used for fighting! Legend has it that Thailand won a battle by sending children up on very large kites to spy on the enemy. We all made a kite, ran around the room with them and even had a kite fight happen. (All in jest of course.) Then on to lunch. We prepared the lunch ourselves, all traditional Thai foods: vegetable stirfry, spring rolls, coconut sticky rice and a fruit ...

Third Graders and More Work

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Oct 30, 2014

7 photos

... they would see in the village. We then broke into four groups of children, Road Scholar workers, and adults accompanying the students — each group with our own Shepherd's Spring Leader. Stewart leading our group, and we visited each home in the global village as he spoke about the challenges faced in each region of the world represented. We showed the students the rabbits in Appalachia, the goats in Kenya, the duck in Thailand and the chickens in Guatemala. We then ...

A Little Rain Won't Stop Us

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Oct 29, 2014

6 photos

... out the group a little later after helping Stewart do some things. Mary Anne cleaned the village homes in readiness for the students, while Jan & David worked on kitchen cabinets for the wealthier Mozambique home. Our lunch was from Guatemala.

The afternoon was spent finishing up tasks. I went down to help put wooden shelves in the Thailand home. They let me play with the power tools, mainly ...

1830. Middletown Historical Society

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Apr 04, 2014

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Day 321 8 hrs, 14 kms Day totals: 15 hrs, 29 kms Down the ridge on the east side I enter "Middletown Valley" a valley between Cumberland Valley and the coastal plains that lead to Washington DC. In the middle is Middletown proper, which has a decidedly different feel than Boonsboro. Here you find elegant Victorian style houses that say this is historically a wealthier area. What's the secret? Well, I'm going to have the chance to find out. ...