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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

A Few Words Wednesday




So, weekend before last I drove and drove and drove (ok, it wasn't that long but it sure seemed like it at times) and ended up in Hagerstown, MD where I met a couple of friends from the Boston area. We went hiking in Harpers Ferry, WV. It's where the Shenandoah River meets up with the Potomac on its way to Washington, DC. We also went into Washington one evening to go to the Terra Cotta Warriors exhibit at the National Geographic.







































11 comments:

Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Woo should have stopped by!

York Pawsylvania wasn't too far from where woo were!

Thanks fur sharing your khool trip!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra

Those Elgin Pugs said...

Pix look really beautiful!

Any room next time for three puggies?

XO
Josie, Izzy, Anakin

houndstooth said...

Wow! What great scenery! It looks like a great trip!

Benny and Lily said...

Looks like fun. Sure is beautiful scenery. Mom saw the soldiers here too
Benny & Lily

Stubby said...

Hi dw! What a cool trip. Mom loves all that hiking stuff so please take her with you next time. I need some alone time with Dad!

Mom knows someone who hiked the whole Appalachian Trail. It took him months but he loved it. Have you ever read "A Walk in the Woods" by Bill Bryson? Mom said it was one of the best books she ever read. She didn't read it to me so I can't vouch for that.

Stubby xoxo

dw said...

Hi Stubby! I did read A Walk in the Woods...it was a great book! A friend of mine from Florida (who used to be an internet friend but came to visit in '08 and became a real life friend) has a son who walked from Georgia to PA last summer with his cousin. She and her sister went to go meet the boys a few times along the way. Way cool! Maybe we can do some Illinois hiking this summer!

Stubby said...

Hi dw! Mom is up for hiking anytime. I can't go but I think I could live without her for a day as long as Dad is home!

Stubby xoxo

Tweedles -- that's me said...

What beautiful scenery. My mom used to hike a lot. She said she would love to go where you hiked.
How cool!
thanks for sharing the good times and pics.
love
tweedles

Stella, Gunther and Betty said...

Hey, mom has been to Hagerstown, MD. Of course it was snowing like crazy. Not as beautiful as your pictures.

Love,
Stella

Hank said...

DW, honey.....nice pitchers.

My dad hiked part o' the AT - Georgia through Fontana Dam in Tennesee. Him an' his partner had tuh give it up 'cause of the other guy's skin fallin' off his feet!

That's why proper footwear is important, I tell ya what.

Lex said...

Oh cool!