Inn At Deep Creek
Travel Blogs from Oakland
Mom and I arrived home at 3 am, after enjoying a ride through tunnels on the turn pike, a glowing star in the night and a ridiculously slow driver.
Even though my trip north was only a week, I was home again, finally, after two months of travels. My plants rejoiced and I was happy to be home.
I arrived home, just in time to leave. But fortunately I had the opportunity to see some beautiful plants and an amazing sunset before my departure north.
Took an adventure out to swallow falls and had a hard cider at Mountain State while a dark blue cloud hung over the deep green mountains and the sun peaked through the edge of the clouds and the trough of the mountains painting the whole world pink.
My mom arrived late in the evening, just as I was going to bed.
... Bob Huggins.
The next morning, we headed for our last stop before heading home, the town were Deena is from, and where we first met - Cumberland, MD.
We arrived in Cumberland around 4:15, and made our first stop to see Wyatt, Autumn, and our granddaughter - Miss Emma. After some welcomed "catching up", we checked into the same hotel in Cumberland where all of our family and friends stayed when coming to Cumberland for our special, most memorable wedding ...
... Eastern Divide. The girls were quite concerned when they saw the pictures, but I really find that they are misleading due to the different scales. I explained this to them, and they seemed to understand and reassured. The good news is that once we complete this ...
... the end of the C&O towpath. This was a great motivator for the girls, especially the free breakfast!
The most exciting part of the ride was passing through the Paw Paw Tunnel, which is over 1 mile long. It has an amazing history – construction began in 1836, and was only completed 14 years later in ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed