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

Dinosaur Land

A travel blog entry by kdoc93 on Jun 07, 2015

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... one that mentions when they lived, what they ate, and any interesting facts. It was a cute place that gave the dinosaurs a little more life-like feel than just a book.

Headed home from here with enough time to pick up the dog!!

Can't wait for our next adventure!
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River Adventures of Shark Pack and Salty Sam

A travel blog entry by jwatson on Jun 05, 2015

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... Watermelon Park, Sam and I hitched into Harper's Ferry, West Virginia. It felt so good to finally be out of Virginia, even though we crossed the border in a car rather than on foot. About a quarter of the trail is in Virginia, so we were there for quite a long time. Harper's Ferry is the "mental" halfway point of the trail, although not quite the halfway point distance wise, and it is the home of the headquarters of the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, the organization in charge of the ...

6 states today!

A travel blog entry by boylefamily on May 25, 2015

14 photos

In Texas we are lucky to make it to another big city in one day. Today we were in 6 states. Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey & New York. Four of those in just an hours time. Crazy! We got a late start this morning, thank you black out curtains! Hit the road and headed to Hershey, PA to visit Chocolate World. We took the ...

A Little Rain Won't Stop Us

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Oct 29, 2014

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... a food native to the particular part of the country they were visiting. David helped to build a cage for the chickens at the Guatemala house. We all put in some time helping to ready the village for the first group of students to visit from a Washington County school. The staff at Shepherd's Spring were very excited about hosting a school from their own county for the first time!

Our day ...

1827. The Bloodiest Day in American History

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Mar 28, 2014

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... horror they were participating in and saying "wait! there's got to be a better way to work this out!" It's not just all the massive monuments that put me off in Gettysburg: the whole area has been turned into a big tourist trap--a "fun" place for all the family with scores of shops, museums and side shows trying to cash in on the "attraction" of this massive, bloody grave. Well, Sharpsburg doesn't have any tourist traps. All it has is an ice cream parlour that is very ...