Rodeway Inn Martinsburg
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... We arrived in Winchester and I stayed at my grandma's house, which I always love visiting. The next day I was off to see my little brother, Timothy, sister, Emma, and stepmom, Diane!
Oh, right - the original purpose for this trip was an August Birthday's Party at my Aunt Becky's (which was a big success!). I high-jacked my stepmom's minivan, kidnapped Tim and Emma and drove to Aunt Becky's farm in style. 6 year ...
Had a great day today with Aunt Kathie and her family, they joined us at jellystone for swimming, jumping on the jumpy pillow and chatting. It was great to get to know you guys! And don't forget, make sure you "dip and pull" when putting on a swimsuit!!! Ended the day with some amazing smoked pork Shawn started at 11pm the night before. So glad we got the recipe, we will definitely be trying to duplicate ...
... them hasn't caught on here. Lack of government initiative? Or just a lack of sense of community?
There's a mix of houses along the road. Some old run down farmhouses alongside some newer houses as well. And here I also see for the first time some aggressive home construction going on. Random developments all along the highway--even though the housing market is still depressed nationwide.
The reason? One ...
... closest all-you-can-eat buffet to the Appalachian trail (take note, thru-hikers!)
Then there's one more park right before the hills start. Here there's a 9-11 monument with an actual piece of the World Trade Center and a plaque paying tribute to the heroes of that day (with very little mention of the hijackers or their motives).
A Disasterous Start
I follow the road up a gentle climb into the forest. No real mountains here, just a gentle ...
... which was famous for its role in War of 1812 and John Brown releasing slaves. The old town is completely historic with almost every building a museum of some sort (all free, plus the shuttle from the National Park (to which I walked from the hotel, through a KOA campground) into the town. I was planning to stay the next night at the Harper's Ferry Hostel across the river but found out that I would have to order a ...