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 ...
... 8217;t see it as such.
Harpers Ferry’s location gave it a good supply of hydro
power for mills and the second U.S. Armory was established there by George
Washington in the late eighteenth century. It was part of that armory complex
that John Brown and 21 of his supporters seized in October 1859 with the intent
of distributing arms to slaves to start a revolt. The raid was put down by the
army and ...
... great to meet cool people and learn a little about the trail at the same time. Unfortunately he was doing a short hike, so our time talking was cut short. There was not much left to hike, before reaching the shelter......but we were surprised with a baby bird in a nest! He was cute, and there was an unhatched egg next to him. I took a quick photo and hiked on. We made it to the next shelter about 15 mibutes later - the section hikers we met last week were there! ...
... Or AA
In 1850 the population was 2801, with 2499 whites and 147 freed AA, with 155 slaves
Todays population is 307 - the racial split now is 94% white, 4% AA and 1% NA (Native American)
One story which fascinates was about a slave who was allowed to buy his own time from his female master to allow him to prosper and buy his freedom. After amassing $1400, he tried to buy his wife and children but the law said ...
... Station (it was Saturday and easy to park even 32’ of Motorhome) and then a train journey and we stepped out right by the Museums and into sunshine!
We chose the Aircraft and Space Museum – I’d been years before and still remembered how much I’d enjoyed it. We managed to see the Wright Brothers first flight Aircraft and now of course, we knew something about it having visited the flight site. So ...