Budget Inn of Aberdeen
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... was on my own, I was the first one to head out. I've completed similar ropes course 2-3 times previously, so I was able to move along quickly and actually completed the fourth and fifth routes twice.
You start off by entering the secret code to gain access to the rope ladder that will lead you up into ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
... is made me feel like I was on the set. Not many locations do this when you are standing there taking it all in but this location had me feeling like I was in this movie. It looked exactly the same as it did which is not always easy since it was filmed almost 7 years ago.
After seeing this location I walked back to Mount Vernon and took some pictures at the centrepiece of the area. It was such a pretty monument and structure, it was ...
... than she let on. Her eyes were just as mesmerizingly wild as the rest of her, and they reflected a deeply intelligent ancient soul with a kaleidoscope of ever-progressing color schemes. If you met her gaze, it was impossible to look away, but terrifying in its intensity. I always thought she looked like a lion, and I suspect that staring an angry lion directly in the eyes would be a similar experience. In many ways she was a free soul, but ...