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Lewinsky’s on Clinton

Opened in 2014, Lewinsky's on Clinton is a gastropub on Clinton Street. The owners of this establishment presumably wanted to give the pub a memorable name. So how are these names related?   Between 1995 and 1996, President Bill Clinton had an extramarital affair...

President Buchanan’s Burial Place

James Buchanan was the 15th President of the United States. He was a one term President and served from March 4, 1857 to March 4, 1861. Before Buchanan became President, he was a U.S. Congressman, U.S. Senator, Ambassador, and Secretary of State.   President...

Sherwood Gardens

Created in the 1920s by John Sherwood, Sherwood Gardens is a six acre public garden known for its tulips.   After Sherwood's death in 1965, the Guilford Association took over the gardens. Although the main attraction is undoubtedly the tulips, there are other...

Tolliver Falls

Toliver Run is a stream that begins just outside Swallow Falls State Park. Tolliver Falls is about 200 feet before Toliver Run meets the¬†Youghiogheny River in the park.   The water drops about six feet at Tolliver Falls. Although Tolliver Falls is the smallest of...

Lower Swallow Falls

Lower Swallow Falls is one of the four waterfalls at Swallow Falls State Park. It is on the Youghiogheny River.   At Lower Swallow Falls the Youghiogheny River drops about eight feet.   Make sure you also check out Muddy Creek Falls, Upper Swallow Falls, and...

Upper Swallow Falls

The Youghiogheny River begins near the Maryland and West Virginia border. The river flows northwesterly for 134 miles until it joins the Monongahela River at McKeesport, Pennsylvania.   As the Youghiogheny River flows through Swallow Falls State Park, it goes...

Muddy Creek Falls

Number one or numero uno.   As we learned from an earlier visit to Kilgore Falls, Maryland's tallest free-falling waterfall is Muddy Creek Falls. This 53 foot waterfall is one of four waterfalls that are in Swallow Falls State Park.   Muddy Creek begins in...

Blackwater Falls

Named after the natural tannins from the hemlock and spruce trees found in the watershed, the Blackwater River begins its journey from the nearby Canaan Mountains to the Gulf of Mexico (via the Cheat, Monongahela, Ohio, and Mississippi Rivers). The river is quiet...

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