The Ledge House Bed And Breakfast
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... fields from a big house. The rain was supposed to clear up that evening, but it ended up raining all night, and probably the hardest it had the entire time.
Thankfully, though, the rain stopped for the morning and all day on our last day on the river. It was still overcast, but it at least warmed up slightly to around 70, which was more comfortable than the 60 degrees it had been the past couple of days. We paddled for a few hours and stopped for lunch, thinking we had ...
... issue and was the site of John Browns abolitionist uprising.
A walk round the town is well worth the it, we took a short break as it was very hot took the opportunity to don shorts others headed for the river another time I think we will do the same.
... handle and tasted it. Best I can describe it is........ taste like brake fluid, without the way brake fluid makes your mouth dry. If you never accidentally have gotten brake fluid in you mouth while working on a vehicle......I don't know how else to describe it - so you'll have to go find your own venom to taste. We headed across the road and sat at a table for a little bit, then started up the hill......there on the side of the trail....TRAIL MAGIC!!...Pepsi and ...
... destroyed J and myself. So we chose the 4 hour drive from NYC to Germantown and decided to go out in DC instead. Good drinks, good company and it was so refreshing to have a guide in Andrew and Hannah and not have to fend for ourselves for a night.
However, regardless of this, I was walking on dead legs by this point, and as soon as we got home around 3ish I was out like a light.
Yesterday was very interesting. What can I say about Tony? He's a ...
... black slaves to march into Virginia and end slavery. He is captured by the US Govt troops commanded by a Robert E Lee (Yes the famous soon to be Confederate Army leader). John Brown and his followers are tried for treason and hanged.
1850 - US statue Fugitive Slave Act mandating authorities in free slave states to aid the return of runaways. This allowed unscrupulous people to capture freed blacks in the northa nd re-slave them - see 12 Years ...