Having crossed most of the local must-see Susquehanna River sites off of my list, this week I ventured a bit further afield to the Conowingo Dam and Hydroelectric Plant in Maryland. The top of the dam is also the roadbed, and is a bit of a thrill to drive across.
Back across the bridge and a few miles down river, I came to the historic town of Port Deposit, MD. Their welcome sign is pretty fabulous. Beginning in colonial times, and continuing well into the 20th century, the granite quarries produced material used in all manner of buildings up and down the east coast.
|Week 41 Image, 52 Ways to Look at the River|
|Week 41 Panel, 52 Ways to Look at the River|
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