DoubleTree By Hilton Baltimore North - Pikesville
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... on a 3 hour tour with a young lady from Australia, and two ladies from California and a couple of Oregon. It takes one hours from the RV Park to Capitol Hill. Since we were driving the highway, our narrator and tour guide Richard suggested we sit on the bottom portion until we got to the city. Our first stop was Pennsylvania Avenue. Yes the Whitehouse. Of course we were allowed off to take pics. Never thought I ...
... me. Tomorrow, if we don't get snow, I will take you shopping in Westminster,Maryland.
It is getting late so I am tucking you into bed in our guest room. And you are sleeping in Great Mom Mom Mason's old iron bed! Good Night!
... s operations.
When we went for a visit, we had the pleasure to meet Sarah and her parents. She has had six operations at a Boston hospital and is one brave little girl. As Carl said, no one told her that she wasn't supposed to be happy. The staff at the hospital is having to "harvest" skin from her back and legs to replace skin on her feet and hands. Besides all of the medical issues, Sarah also has ...
... for John and a Maryland crab bracelet for me. We enjoyed visiting with them for awhile and then made our way back home.
We're near a lot of walkable stores or so everyone says. Our GPS said to take a left off of the lot to access everything so without looking up or down the road (a mistake, we'd find out later), we turned left and started walking. We were so engrossed in conversation, we didn't even realize that we hadn't passed anything ...
... Saw a big Amish auction every one wearing big black brimmed hats and black suits including the little boys. We stopped at a fruit stand that was operated by Amish girls all wearing long dresses and bonnets. We bought fresh beans, tomatoes, garlic, bread, honey buns, sauerkraut in a jar and peaches in a jar. Delicious. The girls added up our purchases on a notebook with a pen. ...