Red Carpet Inn Brooklawn
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... overlooks on the rapids.
From Grand Falls we kept to the small roads paralleling the Potomac through spectacular countryside punctuated with some huge immaculately groomed states, as well as some subdivisions of “McMansions”.. huge brick houses on big grassy lots, but all of a modern ticky-tacky sameness.
Of course we are attracted to every ferry within hundreds of miles, so our next stop was White’s Ferry. This is a little cable ...
... find to cool off and get some water. Exhausted, we rested during the afternoon and decided to stay in for dinner and hang out around the house. Tiffany cooked a mean rice dish for dinner and while we waited we nibbled on peppers, hummus and crackers and grapes. We also enjoyed some dark and stormies. We played Cards Against Humanity until one by one people disappeared to bed.
On Monday we all took a long walk to get our legs moving and then slowly people began to pack ...
... but we decided there wasn't any smoke so we weren't running out into the cold in our pj's. After about ten minutes we heard them come back upstairs after resetting the alarm and it was then we could hear the waterfall rushing next door. The pipe below the sink in their bathroom was flooding the floor and the apartment below that was unattended. The others grabbed their phones and started calling the owners to get a plumber ...
... with accents talking!
She drove us to a little local cute diner for breakfast! We tried pancakes, home fries, corned beef hash. It was so fun chatting, just the 3 of us talking about America and Australia! The serving sizes were really big but it all tasted great! After that Danny went to the local mall and Cheyenne and I hung out for a bit doing some shooting together. Then we all went out to lunch and had the famous Philly Cheese Steaks for lunch! They were huge! ...
I write these words as I leave Philadelphia for New York on the train. As for trains, the previous train ride I took to Philly from Chicago from the early evening of Tuesday the 25th until the mid-afternoon of the following day was long, grueling and strenuous. While I had a fine dinner in the dining car and got to see nice views of the states of Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania along the way, the seventeen plus hour journey ended up exhausting me mentally ...