Leaving Harpers Ferry

We’re packing-up and headed out of Harpers Ferry today on the way to Atlanta via a quick stop-over in Raleigh where Team Reed resides. Thank you again to Danica and Paul for allowing us into their home (a beautiful antebellum house with a river stone foundation that is typical of the area) and trusting Bonnie, […]

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Around Harpers Ferry

Harpers Ferry and Bolivar (named in honor of that BolĂ­var) are essentially the same town and sit where the Potomac (above, right) and Shenandoah (above, left) come together. Mr. Robert Harper purchased the land on the prospect of the confluence turning into a big deal commercially. And this was the case for a time. It […]

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West Virginia

Our first official housesit, for a friend of Daria’s from school and her three adorable pups! Now we will really find out…how close can we actually get to five boxes? And how much can we delicately, ever-so-gently, wedge in the BMW? Excited to visit Harpers Ferry…which Daria had not heard of. #historyclassfail #newplaces #ontheroadagain #travelingmacgregors  #gypsylife

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Arrived in Harpers Ferry

Daria and I drove into Harpers Ferry this evening after a six hour jaunt and some serene hill-country roads (once we escaped the highway). We made a quick pit-stop at Domestic to fill our rumbling bellies. The food was OK – the beer and wine list was awesome. It’s funny how a restaurant reflects the […]

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