The Angler's Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... showers and charge our phones a little. However, shortly after going to bed I heard a commotion on the picnic table for our campsite. I rushed out of my tent only to find that Sam's big container of peanuts had vanished. We think it was stolen by a raccoon we had seen earlier. Sam was sad that his snacks were gone.
We didn't have a ton of information about the river past Front Royal, which we passed about 12 miles into our fourth day, but we had pictures on our phones of old ...
... us (family will make you fat :)). Maryland crabs, prawns, fried chicken and pancit (noodles) were on the table. While the crabs were nice they are such a pain to shell. But we all sat around the table outside and shelled our crabs and chatted away. The kids ate some of their dinner before playing then later dug into their real dinner of chips and fruit rollups and ice cream. It was nice to be with family and to enjoy home cooked meals.
I will miss my family very much. Uncle ...
... lmao! The start of today's hike was great, semi level hill climb, not toooo rocky....but holly over heated Bat-mobile, it is HUMID! We stopped by the first shelter, and saw Rock, Pond, and Blue! Seems that is as far as they will go.....5 miles :) . We ate and then headed on. As we were about to exit the woods and cross the road, something made a quick movement on the edge of the trail. I kicked my foot away from it....just bairly missing getting bit by a large ...
... this town... Finally we pay our respects at the African American museum about the Storer College, a degree granting school that provided higher education for African Americans after the Civil War--in spite of opposition, insults and vandalism by the white locals... I must confess, one of the main reasons I enjoy this town so much is that almost all these museums are free of charge... I'd like to spend a bit more time here, but we still have many more miles to ...
... develops as a mix of poor whites, freed blacks and slaves, bad/good guy commits treasonable offence, involved in Civil war and changes sides in the middle, large floods of late 1800's and early 1900's destroy town and it never really recovers... Today the town is tourist attraction in vary beautiful location..
Longer version for those interested as I was.
1734 - Guy called Robert Harper (Scot) bought land and started a ferry, pretty simple ...