E, F, & G Campground
Rising Sun, Maryland
It's been a wonderful visit with family but now it's time to move on. Just a few family pictures and family history for the journal so we can remember our visit.
On the way to "The Cabin" on the Conowinga River.
The sun came out and just happened to be shining on the yellowish tree
Gordo carefully picking his way down the hill.
Frannie starting the brawts and hamburgers, thankfully brother John arrived to finish the job.
Aunt Ruth, Vi (91) and
Pam, Ruth's daughter
Sue and Al
Cousin Betty and Don
Aunt Liz's daughter
I have never seen apples for sale by the bush or peck
At the cabin looking up the Susquehanna River
Conowingo Dam on
the Susquehanna River
This is kind of a weird feeling for my Joseph C Conrad.
This is Joe's great grandfather who built the barn, with the help of his son Harry Conrad.
Harry would have been about 18 yrs and he wrote his name on the barn. Harry, Joe's grandfather lived on here on the farm up until he died in 1954.
Joe sitting on his great grandfathers grave marker.
(Everyone says that Joe
looks just like his father,
Joseph P. Conrad)
Joe's grandfather, helped his father (Joseph C Conrad) build the barn that is dated 1900.
Harry married Edith Preston and they lived on the farm until Harry died.
They had five children:
The trees were just starting to leaf out.
You can just barely see the 1900, showing when they built the barn.
Notice on the picture above the two doors, one for women and one for men.
This arrangement is so they are not distracted by the opposite sex.
In Ellen's yard
Ellen and DIL Erin
Frannie and Son Joe
Joe and sister Ellen
And all four of us,
That's it for this year's visit.
Next heading for Rehoboth Beach area, Delaware to meet up with 20 other Airstreamers and we will be starting the 40 day Southeast Coast Spectacular Caravan so I will be posting at every stop.
Until then, safe travels to all.