JSDC
Entry: Two Rivers
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From Curt Sawyer
Website: http://ussexcalibur.blogspot.com
That looks a little like Great Falls, but there is only one river there.
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From EdwoodCA
Whoa. Do you have a staff photographer to handle the camera duties whilst on your adventures?

I took over 400 pix on a road trip 'round the States... only a couple, literally, had me in them. Hell, my car was in more shots than that!

Clearly, I'm not up to your level of Awesomeness, which requires/allows for, someone else to carry the Canon. Mus' b'nice.
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From Q
I think there are a few orcs around that next bend.
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From BuzzKill
Website: http://thetetraults.home.comcast.net
Nice photos! You seem to really enjoy getting outdoors. Have you ever gone Geocaching (http://www.geocaching.com/faq/)? I think you might like it.
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Official Comment From Jessica Mae
Curt: Not Great Falls. I think the elevation is too high to be GF and yep, only one river there.

Edwood: Tripod + Timer / Ask Random People / Take a Friend: That's how to get yourself in your photos. Best if you can frame it/direct it yourself, though.

Q: I hit them with a stick. Game over.

BuzzKill: Not yet; I don't have a GPS.

From Unsomnambulist
Website: http://offlineadventures.com
Have you seen The New World yet? Shot in your home state... looks amazing... and a great movie overall.
Coincidentally, you and John Smith share the same initials...
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Official Comment From Jessica Mae
That film is on my list.

From laura
Website: http://lechimaera.blogspot.com/
i like your pictures.
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From Steph
Website: http://www.medusaeyes.com
Awesome pictures, even better hat.
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From Kelli
Nice pics wish I could have gone!!
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From Digi
Oh! Is that harpers ferry?
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Official Comment From Jessica Mae
Yes, it is. To be more specific, it is Maryland Heights.

Thomas Jefferson said:

You stand on a very high point of land. On your right comes up the Shenandoah, having ranged along the foot of the mountain a hundred miles to seek a vent. On your left approaches the Patowmac in quest of a passage also. In the moment of their junction they rush together against the mountain, rend it asunder and pass off to the sea. This scene is worth a voyage across the Atlantic.

Jefferson stood upon the shale on October 25, 1783. His description above was first published in the Notes on the State of Virginia, 1785.

From Curt Sawyer
Website: http://ussexcalibur.blogspot.com
I stayed at a House there one weekend that is owned by the Potomac Appalachian Trail Club (a friend of mine worked for them and had access to the house one weekend). I think the name was Highacre, and this pictures looks familiar (it was a long time ago and I had way, way too much to drink that weekend).
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From Curt Sawyer
I meant to ask if you knew of the house. There are a bunch of pictures of it here. The more I look at the pictures, especially the dining room, the more I am pretty sure this is where we stayed. It was pretty cool, and I felt like the lord or baron looking down at my village below. It was a way cool trip, to celebrate my friend's birthday.
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Official Comment From Jessica Mae
I know of the place, yes.

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