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... ago and for numerous reasons it has always been my dream to travel to Germany. Currently a student of the University of Maryland, i wholeheartedly pursued the opportunity to study abroad in Germany. I mean I've always wanted to go to Germany but what better way to do this then by going as an exchange student for 1 year am i right?! Anyways, since day 1 of the application process i took all the ...
... I honestly cannot remember exactly how we arrived upon the decision to visit Jordan before Israel, but that is how it worked out. We knew we'd be in the area over Holy Week, which was all the more reason why we made all of our arrangements so far in advance. As it was, most places filled up months ahead of time, so I was very glad to have everything lined up well, well in advance.
... of this entire hike so far.
Shepherdstown is a complete anomally here in West Virginia. Most of West Virginia, is traditional Republican "Red State" conservative. Shepherdstown went 90% for Obama last election.
"Is it just the college?" I ask a local lady.
"A lot of people commute here to DC--it's one of the last stops of the commuter train. Also, this is a popular retirement town for federal workers from DC... including ...
... we can do it in 4 hours easy. Google maps is saying it will take 6 1/2 hours and we soon find out why - the New Jersey Turnpike - OMG!!! 5 lanes heading south that merge down into 2 and are bumper to bumper for miles. We had to turn off to get gas at a gas station alongside the turnpike and the there was a queue of 6 cars 5 wide, that's 30 cars, waiting to get fuel. There were at least 50 women waiting in queue for the ladies room too.
... Union and Confederate soldiers died in this battlefield on one day. Dunker Church and Lower Bridge (Burnside Bridge) still stand today and the entire battlefield is preserved, with corn fields growing where cornfields were growing in the Civil War. The Visitor Centre had and amazing exhibition of war relics to see.
Yay we finally get a picture of a ground hog - a really ...