Delaware

March 30-April 6, 2019 State #35 Delaware, the first state to ratify the constitution. Delaware signed it quickly because they loved that they were given 2 representatives just like the other 12 colonies even though they were the only one that couldn’t grow in size (blocked by Maryland and Pennsylvania). Here is a list of […]

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Maryland

Maryland is state #34 on our 50 state adventure. The next four posts will be about Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Over the next three weeks we will have a lot of cross over between states because of their close proximity to where we will be staying in each state. For example, we visited […]

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Washington, D.C. Part 2

We explored this city for two weeks so I divided up the blog posts into two parts. See Part 1 here. Day 4 Arlington National Cemetery Arlington National Cemetery is a United States military cemetery in Arlington,Virginia, across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C. It is the final resting place for more than 400,000 active duty service […]

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Washington, D.C. Part 1

March 9-23, 2019 We spent two weeks in Washington D.C. and what a busy two weeks! We had reservations at Pohick Bay Regional Park but when we arrived we were informed that their electricity was out for weeks- faulty wiring. They were helpful and moved us to Bull Run, which was further away but nice. […]

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Mail call

We are excited to be at my Dad’s house in two weeks, which means we can accept mail! We leave his house on March 30th. The Adams Family C/o Jack Knoppel 3913 Eaton Drive Jarrettsville MD 21084

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Williamsburg, VA

March 2-9, 2019 Virginia our 33rd state. Virginia is for lovers. Ever wonder why we say that? It was a tourism slogan thought up in 1969. Two guys thought of an ad that would highlight the beaches, mountains and history of Virginia but instead of having Virginia is for beach lovers, Virginia is for mountain […]

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OBX, NC

February – March 2, 2019.       North Carolina…our 32nd state.   OBX or The Outer Banks of North Carolina has 200 miles of low slim barrier islands that arc out from the mainland that protects it coast from the Atlantic. The Cape Hatteras National Seashore along route 12 is one of the sought after […]

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