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For the Thanksgiving holiday, Sandy and I had to head up north to visit her relatives. So of course, we had to get some waterfalls on the way! We would first be heading to Forest Hill, Maryland to visit her aunt and uncle. We left early Saturday morning and started heading north on I-85 and I-95 through Virginia. Near Washington, DC, we got on I-495 and took Clara Barton Parkway to the Great Falls Tavern area of ...
... chat every five seconds.
Lesson of the day: Always try the beer sampler if you can. It’s totally worth it.
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PS. When I was posting this entry, I had a bit of a mixup with my pictures and they didn’t load with the proper titles and captions. The caption under the picture of the mummy ended up being, “Isn’t it gorgeous? I want to take it home with me…” Do with that what you ...
We went to the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Park today, which is on the Maryland side of the Potomac, opposite to the Great Falls that we saw last week. It was here that we questioned our bravery, and were found wanting - the option of the Billy Goat Trail was a little too hard core for us, as it traversed near vertical cliff paths above the Potomac far below. Instead we took the canal tow path, which ...
... on the roof of the lift cage and tuning it to a radio
station that played hits from the eighties. The reception clerk could be found
at all hours talking to heavily tatooed and pierced persons with an astounding
range of hair colourings, discussing heavy metal bands.
“Yeah, yeah”, the clerk would whine in his New York twang, “but
I don’t know, you know, ‘coz, you know, I don’t go in for Slayer so ...