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... carousel. Still, at least they showed up.
The brisk air outside the terminal was a bit of a surprise, and sent us all looking for our jackets. The short taxi ride home was uneventful, and it was around 7:15 pm by the time we got everything inside. We each headed for a shower and it was almost a race to see who could get into bed first.
... don't care... I must pay homage to this symbol of the Early Industrial Era...
Finally I cross the Potomac and am back in Maryland once again. It's only 2 miles to my next town: Sharpsburg, but I choose to take the long way: following the C and O canal trail (see Williamsport entry), as it winds alongside the Potomac, squeezed between sheer cliffs and the river. Not much left of the canal here, but you can still get a feel for what a ...
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