And of course, this is Gary's real interest that he likes to do himself.
The actual front of the Museum has been closed behind the pillars with Plexiglas with this statue in side. Going down the walks from this, we arrived at the man made lake to watch little girl feeding the swans. She was having a ball!
We also took a day to drive to Chambersburg PA and check that out. It is a nice town, but really enjoyed the country side and mountains around it.
And then to see it from this perspective, with the freeway in between us and the farm/mountain scene!!
We spent some time looking for Woodstock Road, but did not find the section that we wanted. I think that the construction of the freeways must have split it up.
We thought this canal on the lower side of Hagerstown was interesting.
These indications of the town's Artistic Performance interest were attractive also! Each was mounted on a post out in the sidewalks.
I thought this clock was interesting, because the working parts were visible from the street.
And buzzing on up the highway, you never know what you will see!! I almost was not fast enough with the camera!!
Leaving Maryland and Pennsylvania behind we arrived back in Salem on Wednesday shortly after lunch. It was not such a long day, but was sure a white knuckle day for Gary because of all of the construction as we got closer to Pittsburgh. But we made it safely and honked on our way in States Street past HS&L. We are back and will see you all soon!!
Not sure how often I will Blog while here as we always manage to keep our calendar so full. Hope to be in the Campground next week though. And I am sure our grandson is looking forward to that also!! Take care and God Bless.