Inn At Deep Creek
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... car (some great steaks!) and met some nice people too. I didn't catch their names but one lady had travelled all over Europe and had lots of interesting stories. And the guy we sat with for dinner had lived in San Francisco most of his life, and was travelling to Detroit to see an opera! He was also a big train lover (I imagine he would have gotten on well with Nick!) We are now going to try and settle in for the night. Eye masks and ear plug time - wish us luck! ...
... village or fort. There’s an excellent indoor display and one of the outside buildings houses the actual first hole that was drilled (69.5’) where they struck oil. The building is an exact replica and the equipment inside is all operational, including a pipe that still brings up oil. The hole has been dry for years but they keep recycling some oil as a demonstration. It didn’t start raining until I was ready to leave.
This trip coincided with Donelle's birthday and a weekend so we decided to go away to celebrate by visiting the famous Frank Lloyd Wright designed Fallingwater. Our road trip took us through three states, over big rolling heavily wooded hills and finishing in Maryland at the Savage River Lodge. We stopped in a tiny town off the highway to fill up with petrol and have lunch because we spotted a cafe. Turns out when we went in it wasn't a cafe but a gambling den, no coffee to be had. That ...
... s home, with drunken greetings since everyone had gotten there before us. They were having a huge lawn party with food, games and corn hole. It was so much fun and a great start to the weekend!
That same night, Friday, we went out onto the lake to watch the fireworks. They were magnificent! all of the boats out on the water were congregated together and dark except for the few lights twinkling on board each. It was a beautiful ...
... the Canal path which is not limestone and suppose to be muddy. We also saw the Mason-Dixon Line we are now in the south!! We biked on the CNO trail while it was raining we got to a campground and it was busy so we biked 6 miles through a river on our trail from all the rain the the next one. Total mile ...