Super 8 Hagerstown/Halfway Area
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... sunrise across an endless sea of reddish brown tiles... I'm liking this town even more. Sure, it's a bit touristy--but I don't mind, it's got charm, character--and after parkbenching nearly 100 Spanish towns, I can more readily percieve the subtle differences between the two Iberian cousins... and it feels refreshing to experience a new country. Different food, language, architecture... a more run down feel, but not in a depressing way--more like ...
... from the house due to risk of fires. There we see an open fireplace where kettles were hung over an open fire, and pies would be baked by being put in a pot with coals above and beneath. Somehow it seems like the traditional ovens of Morocco and other places look a lot more efficient and safer. "After childbirth do you know what one of the leading causes of death was for women in this era?" our guide asks us. "Infections due to burns. With ...
... by the south, they got nothing) then they had to prove that they were loyal to the Union, which was often not the case in Maryland. In this area, many people lost their homes, because, after having their homes looted, they'd go into debt, then after the war, the banks would repossess their homes... The damage assessors could be some really crooked folks as well..."
So that was America's original "housing crisis"!
He continues. ...
... woman! Hmmm got to see what this church is about. It turns out to be a mainly white what I call "progressive" churches--the kind that's not locked into a historical denomination, but rather evolves with the times, with new styles and fads to appeal to the new generation. It's got some pretty good music, sort of an acoustic rock style and great vocals--but few people in the crowd seem to be really into it.
After about 10 minutes I lose interest and head out to see what ...
... nowadays, but I would still say that one of them is my inclination to match the day’s leisure interest to what I feel, be it my moods, my sensitivities, my sanity and all. Still, it was a snowy afternoon and gosh a 29*F ( that’s about -2*C in Manila)- we were slow moving, exchanging joys and serious conversations along the way…me taking all the road signs my camera wanted to have
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