The Ledge House Bed And Breakfast
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... about 1/2 mile upstream along the Shenandoah.
Along the road, we passed a road sign for a Railroad Museum in Brunswick, Virginia, just about 5 miles back up the road from where we are now, but we checked into it and found out that they are only open on Friday through Sunday, so I guess we'll have to skip that.
On Tuesday we started our day heading north to Boonsboro, MD, to check out a couple of antique stores there. But before we left ...
... for now
PS - eating ok, sleeping well, bowel movements fine and am really enjoying the experience. Feeling great, which is about 9 out of 10, so all in - no worries. (The movement stuff was for the handsome bald one...)
2nd night - breakfast was ok to good and help yourself. Limitless supplies of coffee and a laundry room for guests.
... for their Voyage of Discovery. And if all that isn't enough to induce you to visit, it's also the place where the Appalachian Trail crosses from WV to Maryland, and where the Shenandoah River meets the Potomac on its way to the sea!
We started our visit to Harpers Ferry at the Appalachian Trail Center, where we picked up the Volkswalk map. This gave us a 5 or 10K ...
... adventure begin…
The morning goes pretty well, but by the time I get the bikes off the RV, reinstall tires, feed kids, apply sunscreen, attach bags, etc…we finally get on the path at 9:30. Late, but not a big issue. I also have to get Xiu pointed in the right direction in the RV. I am very nervous for her, but she actually does great. We asked some folks to take a group picture at the start of the ...
... that led up to the war. The Army arsenal there was important during the war. Meriwether Lewis used this same arsenal (at an earlier time) to provision his Corps of Discovery (aka The Lewis & Clark Expedition). We parked at the Visitor's Center; got the map, and info from the ranger and then hopped on the shuttle bus to take us down to the old town (the National ...