Comfort Inn Deep Creek Lake
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... narrower; as the tree line closed in and the snowbanks rose (yes, snowbanks. Cf "Sandy" aka "Superstorm!") and we went first uphill and then down, with no lights or other signs of life visible.
Eventually, though, we came to a park, where there were some other campers, signs directing us to RV parking and even a few lights. No people to check us in, but directions on how to self check-in and how much to pay. Anyway, the park was quite rustic and secluded, ...
... an long incline, avoid being in front of it when it starts down the other side. The importance of this tip increases as the size of your vehicle decreases. Yes, on this day I did patiently spend a lot of time following many trucks up the side of many mountain passes (as you may know Patience is my middle name) only to have many more go flying past me on the way down. Definitely time to call it a day for ...
... glittery green helmet! I was jealous, we all wore boring blue ones. BTW, I sang the Indiana Jones song while going down the rapids. It was hilariuous.
We pulled a tube behind a boat, which was actually really fun, although the weather wasn't ideal. (Chilly, Drizzliling) Later it got sunny.. but anyway, my cousins and I Went on a two person tube and tried to convince the adults to flip us. They only succeeded a few times. Cameron and ...
Preparing to leave. Updates on the Route and Pictures to come soon :)
As I was preparing to leave I had to wish my garden well and say good by to my sacred plants.
This is the state that I left them in:
Ancient Pod Corn: Over 6 feet tall already!! Thought to have been extinct, but is clearly doing great in ...
... Gallatin, secretary of the treasury under Presidents Jefferson and Madison would help make this road a reality by drawing up the plan that led congress to approve construction. Begun in 1811, the National Road ran from Cumberland, Maryland to Vandalia, Illinois where construction stopped in 1839. This was America's first federally funded highway. Today, though realigned in places and resurfaced, U.S. 40 now follows ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking