Red Roof Inn Winchester, VA
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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We took a detour home since it was a nice day out and we left with plenty of time to be able to do this! We stopped at Dinosaur Land. It's a very small park, but one that was a nice little detour! They have over 40 replica dinosaurs that you walk along and see. There is a sign ...
... around it a little the morning after I got into town.
So even though I haven't been on the trail for the better part of a week, I'm still not getting back on quite yet. I'm headed into Washington, DC, tomorrow for a couple days before starting to hike again. I frankly would prefer to just get back on the trail immediately since I feel ready for it and would like to spread my breaks out further, but Harper's Ferry is the easiest place to get into the city from the trail, ...
... down to the river we spot a fisherman wading out in the middle of the river.
"That looks refreshing" Tim says.
The weather is a bit cool for swimming--but it's an opportunity we can't pass up: the Shenadoah looks like a river you've got to experience up close and personal... wide, lively, and with all these long, narrow boulder rising up in the middle.
"I'm going in" I tell Tim
"I am too" he responds.
I thought it would be so cold I'd ...
... visible, Madison got some surge of exhaustion and/or hormones and sort of flipped out…”Where is it? We should be done. What is wrong with this trail? Etc…” Within a mile the bridge appears and the anger subsides! However, for those who have been to Harpers Ferry know, all is not done! First, I need to carry all of the bikes up a spiral metal staircase to the top of the bridge. The girls actually ...
... met in the town with their Iroquois allies to coordinate maneuvers against the French and their Native American allies during the French and Indian War.
By 1738 this settlement became known as Frederick Town later became Winchester, named after the birthplace of Colonel James Wood, an immigrant from Winchester, England. He laid out 26 half-acre (2,000 mē) lots around 1741, ...