Super 8 Martinsburg
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Martinsburg
... Nathaniel was waiting for us and not even 30 minutes after our arrival we drained 8 cans of silly string in an epic silly string battle. Shortly following that, after claiming that I definitely was NOT going to have my face painted, I found myself with three sticky hands painting my face at the same time... and my arms... and my back. A cringe-worthy 15 minutes later I had transformed into a "Dwhale"... a dragon/whale. Nathaniel ...
Had a great day today with Aunt Kathie and her family, they joined us at jellystone for swimming, jumping on the jumpy pillow and chatting. It was great to get to know you guys! And don't forget, make sure you "dip and pull" when putting on a swimsuit!!! Ended the day with some amazing smoked pork Shawn started at 11pm the night before. So glad we got the recipe, we will definitely be trying to duplicate ...
... trail... for 1 mile to the main road. I could just continue on south along the trail, but I've decide that the city of Frederick is worth yet another lengthy detour. Along the way I catch up with a fellow and his dog loaded with gear. No, he's not a "through-hiker", he's from Baltimore and just hiking for 3 weeks to get away from the city. Apparently he's not very interested in socializing, as he picks up the pace, I guess, to get away from me...
... that typical American setup with a houses surrounded by a big yard, these are 2 or 3 storey townhouses, squeezed together tightly--but still each with a private yard. I like that... I hate seeing so much land being wasted and used to grow America's number one (and useless) crop: grass. Now if only they could just create real towns instead of just splattering the countryside with random, soulless developments.
I pass through a ...
... running north to south--an oasis of undisturbed nature surrounded by farmland and semi-urban sprawl. Finally I reach the sign "Appalachian Train" with a picture of two backpackers. Ah... yes... now for some real nature hiking.
But something doesn't seem right about this trail. The trail itself is completely invisible, covered by autumn leaves. All I have to go by are white dashes on trees. And these dashes are very infrequent and easy to miss. Time and time again ...