Mill Bridge Village & Campresort
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... out on the short hike to Kilgore Falls, the second highest free-falling waterfall in the state of Maryland. At 18 feet, it’s not a particularly high waterfall, but very pretty with three distinct streams flowing over the rock face. As we approached the waterfall, we realized that we would have to rock hop across Falling Branch to get a good view of the waterfall. Not expecting ...
... if we would have stopped he would have stopped too. As soon as we got out of New Jersey and into Pennsylvania we noticed the change. More open spaces, more farmland and less traffic. We stayed away from Philadelphia and instead went to French Creek Sate Park a nice quiet inexpensive campground. We picked a site away from all the other campers and pretty much crawled into bed by 9pm. It was ...
... right? Errrrrrch!
Everything came to a stop and for the next 1 1/2 hours we inched along the
highway and amused ourselves by listening to the variety of available radio
stations. We learned how to look after cornrows if they itch, what Snoop Dog
said to an albino woman and that there are at least 3 Jesus stations to each
cornrow or Snoop Dog station. We finally made a stop at McDonalds for a quick
bite and ...
... The quilts were extraordinary in range, size and quality.
We took a tour through the countryside looking for covered bridges, the kids asked why and we couldn't really answer why but to say that they were historical and from a romantic past, they were not really impressed. Nevertheless we found them and they were just that. Communities take great care with them and preserve them well, well worth ...
... peanut butter and jam sandwiches! This has become our normal lunch as we travel. After lunch we went back into the museum and stayed until closing. Besides the restored collection inside, there is a collection of equipment rusting away out in the weather. Its a shame, but you can only do just so much. Now its time to rest up for our day tomorrow. We're driving up to Scranton, PA to visit Steam Town. Another day of trains, yes! ...