Nancy Shepherd House Inn - Bed & Breakfast
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... darn delicious. We finished the meal by splitting fried cheesecake bites that we dipped in chocolate sauce. Okay so we ate like pigs but we split everything so at least it wasn't as bad as it could have been and we got in that great workout. Justified pigging out! At the end of the night we were stuffed with food, the Pats had conquered the Broncos and we were ready for bed. Another night and another ...
Located in a gorge at the confluence of Potomac and
Shenandoah Rivers in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Harpers Ferry is a small town
best known for John Brown’s raid in 1859. I had visited Harpers Ferry once
before when I lived in the DC area more than 20 years ago but don’t recall it
all that well. Maybe that’s partly because I went with a co-worker named
Armando who seemed to view it as a date while ...
... fields towards the
enemy don’t sound all that different from the human wave attacks primitive
armies used. But it also seems like it wasn’t all that different a half century
later during WWI battles in Europe.
The Battle of Antietam took place in September 1862 about
nine and a half months before Gettysburg. Each summer of the war the
Confederates launched a campaign northwards into the area. The number of
... trip because my mom was a wuss. And then another time with my mother for her first time outside! Sadly that time we couldn't stay very long because there was an incident on a friends climbing trip to Seneca, but luckily everybody was okay.
The Talking Headwall seems like a classic, I am sure I will visit there more in the future :) Hopefully Buzzards next door too!
... his own residence, Glen Burnie.
George Washington spent a good portion of his young life in Winchester helping survey the Fairfax land grant for Thomas Fairfax, Sixth Lord Fairfax, as well as performing surveying work for Colonel Wood.
During the Revolutionary War, the Virginia House of Burgesses chose local resident Daniel Morgan to raise a company of militia to ...