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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Traveling WV: Harpers Ferry

We’d hoped to catch the last of the state’s color at Harpers Ferry, but it was past peak, and the weather never cleared, so it was a grey day.

Despite that, I enjoyed walking around Harpers Ferry, especially the old buildings and fieldstone walls.

“May be uneven” is a bit of an understatement.

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Just a little uneven.

I took a lot of pictures of the stairs, because I find them beautiful and fascinating. You can click through any picture to get to Flickr.

The tunnels and such from when the town was water powered.

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I wish the clouds had cleared for a little bit, because I wanted some better pictures of the old church.

Not that it stopped me from taking a million pictures.

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As I said, plenty more pictures if you click through to Flickr.

3 Responses to “Traveling WV: Harpers Ferry”

  1. H J Gadiyar Says:

    All I can say is amazing feat and nice pictures.

  2. Michelle Says:

    Thank you!

    Old buildings and structures that are decaying fascinate me. All things might look the same when new, but all items decay in their own way.

  3. H J Gadiyar Says:

    True words.

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