Author Archives: Scott

Cursed Beans and Ham

Originally Posted by: Rita on May 15, 2005 – 12:31 PM The Outer Banks The morning after the storm started hazy, with hugemongous puddles and drippy trees, but quickly burned off to a near cloudless day.  The town of Kitty … Continue reading

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Native American Museum

Originally posted on May 04, 2005 The story goes that the military, when serving in the nation’s capital, got hazardous duty pay due to the malarial swamp on which DC was built. That’s all been filled in, and the lawns are … Continue reading

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DC Summary, and the Storm 

Originally posted on May 08, 2005 Let’s see, since last I wrote, we visited a lot of museums, monuments, and historical documents., although not everything on the DC mall. Some of these were discussed in a previous posting, but they all … Continue reading

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Falling water & DC

(Originally posted on Apr 30, 2005 – 05:03 PM) Affectionately known as the Yawk, the Youghlogheny River seems to be a whitewater kayaking haven in the middle of Ohiopyle State Forest – which strikes me as an odd name for a … Continue reading

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A Day at Ray’s

(Originally posted on Apr 25, 2005 – 07:42 PM) If you’re in the mountain bike world and you have been living under a rock, it’s possible you haven’t heard of Ray’s. Write ups in Dirt Rag, Bike, Bicycle Retailer, et … Continue reading

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T-minus 18 days

Walkabout: A temporary return to traditional nomadic life, taken especially between periods of work or residence and usually involving a period of travel through the bush. There is way too much to see and do to limit travels to the … Continue reading

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