Hampton Inn Hagerstown - I-81
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It poured rain last night but not before we enjoyed a delicious chili dinner with Addy & Mark and her parents, Barb and Craig Millett. We sat around the campfire last night until 9 PM as the rain started we each headed into our tents (and Our V). After Pat and Bruce fired up the RV everyone came over for breakfast and warmth. Today, we're heading to Cunningham Falls after cheese dogs over the fire for ...
... was considered progress, think of a battleship gray Stratosphere dominating the view from everywhere else. I recall walking down the thirty some odd flights of stairs with my brother after taking the elevator up for the view with my parents. The controversial tower was dismantled in the 1980s and now the several observation towers built in its place are smaller, less conspicuous, and barely break the tree line.
Adjacent to the battlefield park is the Eisenhower Farm, a ...
... have been a believable option for 'immortality' ... unlike the method in EP ... except that, like the digitized personalities in that game, these 'apotheotized' personalities can also be digitally duplicated multiple times.
Which makes no sense to me. I can, just barely, accept that the Mimir tech used to absorb the original biological brain somehow doesn't destroy the actual human in the process ... I could never (and still ...
... siding with the south, but there is a plaque about a woman who waved a Union flag as the Confederates were passing, despite warnings from the neighbors of the dire consequences she could face.
Like in Chambersburg, the Confederate army threatened to burn the city if they didn't pay a ransom when then passed through here. Unlike Chambersburg, the Hagerstown mayor was willing to pay. But there's an unusual twist to the story: the guy who delivered the message ...
... some fresh paint, and take him along with us on our "trip-of-a-lifetime." Jim had bought him a new flower, which was missing when we picked him up. At the end of the first day, we decided to loose the flower. Besides blocking Gnorman's view, the noise was driving us crazy.
We stopped at the rest stop on I-70. We were worried about finding a camp ground that late in ...