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... started driving towards Michaux State forest. I know I have said it before but Pennsylvania is really nice. We stayed away from the big cities like Philly and Pittsburgh so we just got beautiful countryside, farmers markets, horses and small town charm. It was a nice change from Boston and NYC. It was already getting late by the time we arrived at Michaux so we pulled into an empty parking lot for ATV ...
Located in a gorge at the confluence of Potomac and
Shenandoah Rivers in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Harpers Ferry is a small town
best known for John Brown’s raid in 1859. I had visited Harpers Ferry once
before when I lived in the DC area more than 20 years ago but don’t recall it
all that well. Maybe that’s partly because I went with a co-worker named
Armando who seemed to view it as a date while ...
... proper, and enjoy the town's charm once again. Here, historical buildings don't only have a plaque on them stating so, they actually give the history of the occupants and what the building has been used for over the last 200 years.
Presidents in Mercersburg
After I little wander around, I continue on up the road. The mountains are getting closer, and just a mile or so away, I reach the "forest line" where the fertile farmland of the Cumberland ...
... wandering through the sprawling suburbs of Hagerstown. On street I come across is "Gay Street", so I'm mildly intrigued as to whether there's anything "Gay" about it... Nope... it's actually very straight... and no rainbow colors anywhere...
The intersections are intriguing though: "Gay/Clinton" followed by "Gay/Lincoln"... and I think, what if this were some sort of Da Vinci Code sort of thing revealing dark, hidden secrets?
On a slightly more serious ...
... off the land the best they could.
Nowadays, these mountain folks don't live off the land any more. They drive down the mountain (which is still a bit treacherous in the wintertime) and... yes... work as laborers and employees. But that independent streak is still there. They still have a passion for hunting, chop their own wood to heat their homes, and remain a bit suspicious of the government.
As a matter of fact, the only flag I see waving in ...