Days Inn Frederick
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 5.30 pm.
Highway driving easy. We spotted banks of daffodils along the way, and pink cherry blossom and white blossomed dogwood trees. Andrew had had 2 feet of snow in SLC so glad we were in warmer territory.
Pulled up for the night at our first U.S. camp, at Gambrill State Park. "Beware the black bears and don't let skunks in your tent" greeted us, but we slept ...
... sure I can die with no regrets.
After Tony's was Jeff's, another great guy and great host, one of many since coming over to the states. He, like everyone over here, has a grill on his porch and obviously, with the great weather down here, a bbq ensued. Home cooked burgers, asparagus, great company, great beer, a few drinking games and a wonderful chocolate Labrador called Moose, a perfect last night for J.
And on that note, we move to today, J's last day ...
... honking us...it's Larry! saying hi to us Australians from his car. Our new friends are so friendly.
We have dinner today at Wholefoods which is an Organic Supermarket where you can buy your groceries and then also buy food prepared for you like roasts, pizzas, actually just about everything you can think of, pay at the checkout, and then eat in their dining room and watch tv - cool! Paul and I love checking out ...
... fields and vineyards with the occasional farmstead. There are a surprising number of vineyards in this area and I had read that, had it not been for the wars, Virginia could have rivalled any world wine area. Harper's Ferry was set in a dramatic landscape of high escarpments and raging rivers - this is where the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers meet. It was a busy little town back in the 1860s, mainly because of the power of water, ...
The start of my second African adventure started out much like my first. Excitment, that tingly feeling of something amazing just over the horizon, the admiration of an empty space on my passport soon to be eclipsed by a stamp and the prospect of a new perspective and the world becoming both a bit smaller and a bit bigger. We had planned for months, prepared, and practiced packing but this was D day; what ever we didnt have we wouldnt, ...