Stateline Inn Hagerstown
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It poured rain last night but not before we enjoyed a delicious chili dinner with Addy & Mark and her parents, Barb and Craig Millett. We sat around the campfire last night until 9 PM as the rain started we each headed into our tents (and Our V). After Pat and Bruce fired up the RV everyone came over for breakfast and warmth. Today, we're heading to Cunningham Falls after cheese dogs over the fire for ...
... of the National Park Service, including the house and farm where President and Mrs. Eisenhower retired first after his military career in WWII and then again after his presidency. This was my first visit to the Eisenhower Farm, one you have to take by bus from the Battlefield visitor center for a small fee.
Eisenhower’s house is significant in size but generally quite understated on both interior and exterior. Each room was separate and functional with no showy ...
... the Coalition of Free States (i.e. the Corporate alliance that runs the majority of the surviving human settlements), the Apostates (those who refuse to belong to the surveillance state that is the CFS), Transhumans ('nuff said), Purists (i.e. anti-Transhumans), Religion (fairly believably done) and the lowdown on the six 'Houses' (aka Corporations) that make up the fragile and fractious alliance of competitors that is the CFS.
... short supply of cafes/eateries--anything to make this a pleasant area to come and stroll or chill out. But it does have plenty of churches, so I figure, since it's a Sunday, I could pop into a couple churches just to see what the atmosphere is like. I'd like to find an African American church, as I enjoy their music... just have to see what I can find.
The first church I check out is in a tall building that used to be a theatre, with elaborate sculpture at the top--including ...
... but we saw a kiosk which had a lot of usful information, including the contact information for local camp grounds. We found a KOA and called. They had a space so we stopped at 1900 for the night. We didn't get very far this first day, but we were gone and on our way.
We took Gnorman out of the truck and took pictures at the campsite and by the sign for the ...