Oak Tree Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Whether it was due to the excitement, jet lag or the not quite fully reclinable chair that I slept in that occasionally crept back up into an upright position, I only had about 4 hours sleep on Sunday. But that just meant a full day of fun, adventure and more importantly, drink. After breakfast at a local deli, followed by a trip to Wal-Mart, we started the drinking at about 11am and only took a break ...
5 hrs, 10 kms Actual date: May 20, 2015 I've deliberately postponed today's section of the Appalachia Hike for a simple reason: it's going to be a particularly beautiful and interesting stretch, so I'd like to enjoy it with company. Finally I've got a volunteer: Tim Franklin, a fellow musician/songwriter and good friend says he'll give parkbenching a try. So I lay out the plan: drop off one car on the Virginia/West Virginia border near Charles Town, the drive the ...
... Bullock and Melissa McCarthy - hilariously good, I would recommend seeing it, but it has lots of 'cussing' in it as Sharon would say :-)
Paul went for a ride to Patriot Harley Davidson to buy us some more shrink bags for the bike. The shrink bags are for our clothes so we can pack easier and have more space. It's good for him to have a ride without me on the bike and ...
Our first camping trip with the new motor home, we decided to journey to Brunswick Maryland and camped along the Potomac River. The campground was beautifully situated right on the river, and immediately adjacent to the C & O canal bikepath. We arrived on Saturday afternoon, and were able to take a wonderful 5 mile ride to Harpers Ferry. Harpers Ferry surprised us with its beauty and quaint charm, as well as ...
Looked around dc before leaving. A beautiful day, thank goodness. Caught a taxi to Lincoln memorial (very impressive) then walked up the mall to the Capitol building. On the way, saw Washington monument, White House, WWII memorial, Korean War memorial (thought it was the best), reflecting pool. All pretty impressive. We had time before the smithsonian opened so walked through the sculpture garden that was part of the smithsonian art ...