Comfort Inn Red Horse Frederick
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... and Auntie.
We would have probably spent about 2 hours in there if it weren't for them.
The end of our private tour ended up in the observation deck watching the planes take off and land out of Dulles airport.
Spent the evening having a great meal at a restaurant then spent the evening chatting over a few brews.
Another fantastic day.
... charge. The Confederates attacked at five different angles in succession and thousands of folks took part, all charging towards the high water mark. As each brigade reached Cemetery Ridge, a bugler from the unit played taps, nine renditions started sequentially. Very somber and haunting.
Peg here. As we marched across the field, over the fences of the Emittsburg Road, I realized what the men of Pickett's division faced. The re-enactment ...
... yet. Pack my computer, which obviously won’t happen until this entry is finished. I think that is it! Mom and I got our hair done today so now we’re both pretty for summer. Ladies, if you’re looking for a really good stylist, go to JCPenney at the mall and ask for Sahar. She did great color for both me and roomie, and she cut Mom’s and my hair really well. When I described to her ...
Cool, windy but sunny day, perfect for travelling the byways of Maryland & Virginia. We ambled along between fields of cattle and buttercups, with red barns and lush pastures - an idyllic setting with the Apalachian Mountains as a backdrop. The first town we came to was Middletown with an historic street of old houses with porches and verandahs fronting onto the street. Most had the obligatory swing ...
... that and how many others will find that sparked by the travel they are about to embark on. The spirit of travel, the addiction that it is, isn’t known to all. Sure everyone loves not being at work but to truly revel in the unknown, the stepping onto a new shore or of staring at a new passport stamp goes beyond mere love of the relaxation or alleviation of the monotony of our daily lives of a mere vacation. Its so much more ...