is here. I was pretty impressed seeing the original carving on the stone and hearing from Bill about how his remains had been detected with various machinery; it's all in the link.
Bill passed a cool info site on the tunnel to me, click here.
Once drinks and snacks had been purchased we drove into the Green Ridge State Forest, a huge park, where we climbed up and up in the car on dusty, bumpy, narrow roads until we reached the top where there wasn't another soul around.
Our next stop was Kessler Tunnel, once used by Western Maryland Railway and built in 1960, and named after the landowner. There was a very heavy creosote smell which came from the treated timbers inside the tunnel.
details are here.
And then back into the car again for another bumpy ride to another vista.
And then we descended into the town of Little Orleans to look at another old railway bridge before heading to a bar that Bill knew.
And then we drove home, with me telling jokes posted by an old English friend on Facebook. We howled all the way along the dark roads until we arrived back at Bill's house. What an action packed day! Thanks Bill!