Budget Inn of Aberdeen
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... hell through the heart of the town would have looked so unusual. More of that later... We sat down and had a nice lunch of locally caught clams and crab cakes - yummy! We were in a small restaurant that in it's former life was a saloon! We also sat on the dock and had some cooling ice cream - candy floss and sherbet flavour! We took a trolley tour of Annapolis which was very interesting, showing us all of the sights of the the city, interesting buildings and the naval academy. And ...
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Crossed the Delaware Memorial Bridge and into my 32nd State. Then across the 'Chesapeake and Delaware Canal'.
Got into some agricultural land and lots of equestrian ranches. It was nice to see lots of healthy horses roaming around rather than seeing them pulling carriages in the cities. You just know that ...
"He tried to deal with the concept of love as distinct from possession, and couldn't separate them."
-Paul Coelho, 1988
"There has never been a silence like this before. There will never be an ode like this again."
- John Haughm, 2007
June 16 - 22, 2013 - Baltimore, MD
I'm leaving Maryland in three weeks to begin a spiritual adventure. I have pre-departure training in New Hampshire mid-July, ...
... a disgusting, mucky pond with a current. As soon as the word current flashed and jolted across my field of thought, I waded through the room quickly, splashing water about while I unplugged all of my electronics in a survival-mode panic. A flooded room is one thing, but electrocution is quite another. I then began to retrieve what I could from the water, putting stuff wherever there was room. Any place that was at least a foot from the ground. ...