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Today is the day Ashley and I have been waiting for for months! This evening around 6 pm, we are flying out of Washington and will be landing in Madrid around 8 am (Madrid time). Hopefully we will be able to catch a few hours of sleep on the flight, even though I'm sure we both will be too excited :) Ashley and I are both nervous about how well we will be able to communicate with people when we get there. Yes, we have both been studying Spanish for years (around 7 or ...
... They are truly spectacular rivers.
Coming home, we stopped in Boonsboro at a very nice Grill and Tap Room, which featured about 25 craft tap beers, about half of which were from the regional area. They even had a Widmer seasonal on tap, although they listed it as being from Washington.
Finally, we stopped at a local casino that operates in conjunction with a large racetrack operation. Sheryl spent a while on the slot machines, I tried ...
... the best! Who doesn't love banana and Nutella crepes!? There was live music and some entertainment - a group of people who had obviously tried several wines! They danced for us which made for dinner and a show!
We walked back to the RV where Tommy took his Sunday nap and the kids and I watched a movie. When he got up, he had a second wind, so we left the vineyard to head north again. He actually likes ...
... and Grandson hiking out for a week - the kid was all smiles and knew a lot of facts about the A.T. - nice to see them out and enjoying the woods together! The day was pretty normal, I did catch a blue tailed skink, and a large Black Snake. StarGazer has the photos tho - because my phone had died. After a hot/humid and wet footed 20 mile hike into Harpers Ferry W.V. , we got a ride faster then we could get our packs off ! Sitting in a hotel now, clean/dry and fed ...
... 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, ...
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