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Greg Housel and April Housel (was Fredman)
October 5, 2002


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Allegany Expeditions
Take a canoe trip on the Potomac River. Darrell Spence at Allegany Expeditions will help you design a trip including door-to-door transportation and lunch. Guided and unguided trips are available. You'll get a unique perspective on nature from your canoe.

Contact: Darrell Spence
Address: 
10310 Columbus Ave
Cumberland MD 21502
Phone: 800-819-5170
Artists Colony
Visit an artists' colony. Just 25 minutes away in Grantsville is the Spruce Forest Artisan Village. The Village houses an outstanding mix of artists studios. You can see the artists in action, and maybe take home a treasure.

Link:  http://www.spruceforest.org/
Address: (map)
177 Casselman Road
Grantsville MD 21536
Phone: 301-895-3332
Chesapeake & Ohio Canal - National Historic Park
The C&O Canal follows the route of the Potomac River for 184.5 miles from Washington, D.C. to Cumberland, MD. The canal operated from 1828-1924 as a transportation route, primarily hauling coal from western Maryland to the port of Georgetown in Washington, D.C. Hundreds of original structures, including locks, lockhouses, and aqueducts, serve as reminders of the canal's role as a transportation system during the Canal Era. In addition, the canal's towpath provides a nearly level, continuous trail through the spectacular scenery of the Potomac River Valley. Every year millions of visitors come to hike or bike the C&O Canal in order to enjoy the natural, cultural, and recreational opportunities available.

Link:  http://www.nps.gov/choh/
Address: (map)
Room 304 13 Canal Street
Cumberland MD 21502
Phone: 301-722-8226
Frank Lloyd Wright - Fallingwater
Experience the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright. Not far from Cumberland stands one of Mr. Wright's most noted works: Fallingwater. The setting is incomparable and their tours are highly informative. We can make all the arrangements for your visit.

Link:  http://www.paconserve.org/
Address: (map)
PA Route 381
PA
Phone: 724-329-8501
Note: Near Fallingwater is the lesser-known Kentuck Knob. Completely different in style from Fallingwater, Kentuck Knob remains a private home. A visit is well worth your time. 724-329-1901
Paw Paw Tunnel
Explore the Paw-Paw tunnel. Just 35 minutes away is a little known engineering landmark of the 1800's. Carved through solid rock, the 2 mile tunnel makes an unforgettable walk. Bring flashlights and sturdy shoes.

Link:  http://www.fred.net/kathy/tunn
el.html
Address: 
Paw Paw WV 25434
Phone: 301-729-4200
Potomac Eagle Scenic Railroad
Have an encounter with an Eagle. Ride the Potomac Eagle scenic railway in Romney, WV and you are virtually assured of sighting at least one American Bald Eagle. The train passes several nesting sites and there is an outdoor observation car for taking pictures. We highly recommend you book seats on the special club car or indoor observation car for maximum comfort on the journey.

Link:  http://wvweb.com/potomaceagle/
Address: (map)
Wappocomo Station Route 28 North
Romney WV 26757
Phone: 800-22-EAGLE
Precision Rafting
Shoot the Rapids. The folks at Precision Rafting in nearby Friendsville will take you on the ride of your life on the outstanding whitewater rivers of Maryland. They have packages to suit both beginners and experts, and their guides are the best in the area. Once you try it, you're hooked!

Link:  www.precisionrafting.com
Address: (map)
715 Morris Ave
Friendsville MD 21531
Phone: 800-477-3723
Restaurant - Bourbon Street Cafe
A wonderful New Orleans - style restaurant in downtown Cumberland. They feature Cajun specialties and pastas. Great daily specials too.

Address: (map)
37 N Centre St
Cumberland MD 21502
Phone: 301-722-1116



Restaurant - Coney Island & Curtis` - HIGHLY RECOMMEND
A local institution since 1918. You want a local hotdog? Go there and order one with everything. On your dog you'll get: brown mustard, meat sauce (the secret), and chopped onion. It's a taste of Cumberland.

Address: (map)
15 N Liberty St
Cumberland MD 21502
Phone: 301-777-0380
Restaurant - D`Atri`s Italian Restaurant - HIGHLY RECOMMEND
When I go home, Coney Island and D'Atri's Italian Restaurant are two must stops for me. D'Atri's is known for their fantastic steak subs (highly recommend that you try one). However, they also have a wide selection of Italian specialties that are sure to please anyone's appetite!

Address: (map)
1118 National Highway
La Vale MD 21502
Phone: 301-729-2774
Restaurant - Guiseppe`s Italian Restaurant
A very popular place featuring delicious pastas, pizza, and varied specials. Interesting wines and microbrew beers too.

Address: (map)
11 Bowery St.
Frostburg MD
Phone: 301-689-2220
Cost: Expensive
Restaurant - JB`s Steak Cellar
Top quality beef, seafood, and chicken and some great appetizers, too. JB's wine list was recognized as outstanding by "Wine Spectator" magazine.

Link:  http://www.edmasons.com/jb.htm
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Address: (map)
I-68 Exit 46
Cumberland MD 21502
Phone: 301-722-6060
Cost: Expensive
Restaurant - Uncle Tucker`s Woodfired Pizza & Brew House
Hand made pizza from a wood-fired oven combined with a complete menu of pub style food. Open for lunch and dinner every day and brunch on Sundays. Now available: House-brewed beer.

Link:  http://www.edmasons.com/tucker
s.html
Address: (map)
12801 Ali Ghan Rd NE
Cumberland MD 21502
Phone: 301-777-7005
Restaurant - When Pigs Fly
Bar-b-que and much more. Good soups and sandwiches and a pleasant bar area. They're open on Sundays.

Link:  www.pigsonline.com
Address: (map)
18 Valley Street
Cumberland MD 21502
Phone: 301-722-PIGS
Western Maryland Scenic Railroad
Mountain Thunder...is more than a nickname. It's the perfect way to describe the experience offered by the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad! Our restored early 20th century rolling stock steams through the mountains of Western Maryland on a stunning 32 mile round trip between Cumberland and Frostburg from May through December. The trip covers a 1,300 foot change in elevation. You'll see tunnels and bridges and catch glimpses of scenery hidden for decades. More than three hundred years of American history are tied together by a ribbon of steel that thrills riders of all ages. In addition to daytime scenic excursions, the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad also offers Dinner and Murder Mystery evening excursions for an entertaining night out.

Link:  http://www.wmsr.com/
Contact:  (e-mail wmsrinfo@wmsr.com)
Address: (map)
13 Canal Street
Cumberland MD 21502
Phone: 1-800-TRAIN-50
Western Maryland State Parks
Visit the wild side of Maryland. Do you like to experience the outdoors in state parks? How about 7 distinctly different parks within a 1 hour drive of Cumberland? From the more developed Rocky Gap State Forest to the totally virgin areas of Green Ridge State Park, Western Maryland is an outdoor lovers paradise.

Link:  www.dnr.state.md.us
Address: 
MD
 
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