Oak Tree Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...
It is Christmas Day and we just shared our afternoon with our parents and in-laws. Good food... good company... and did I mention good food?
Both of our parents gave their blessing just a few short days ago for us to adopt from the Ukraine. My brother and his wife adopted an eight-year-old Ukrainian girl last Christmas and they have been an inspiration to us. We had been thinking about adoption for ...
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 ...
But I have to admit, after 30 days I couldn't wait to get the hell out of the traffic and away from the obnoxious people. Of all the places we've been in the last 6 months, the DC area holds the distinction of having the most unfriendly people and the worst roads. Even hiking in the woods, people encountered would avert their eyes and ignore a casual comment or even a simple "hello". Of course NO WHERE do you find nicer people than ...
... was a big swing and slide for the kids as well as a tree swing. Carol arrived home soon after and made us feel very welcome. They recommended a few places to eat, one especially, so we took their advice and found it. It was home style Pennsylvania cooking, and was, um, very homey. Have to be honest, the food was probably the worst we've had on the whole trip. - it wasn't terrible, we got veggies, which was good after not eating many the ...