CUMBERLAND, MD - A simple trip west on I-70 and I-68 will bring you to the mountains of western Maryland and some of the most beautiful ares of the state. And if you are wondering what you can do when out there, don't worry, there is plenty to do for everyone.
Friday, Jamie Costello set out to show us what there is to enjoy in Allegany County as he was "On the Go" in Cumberland. Jamie not only introduced, or reintroduced, us to the beauty and activities of Rocky Gap National Park. He also showed us the history of trains and the Underground Railroad along with the beautiful downtown area of Cumberland. And Jamie didn't leave out the rest of the county, giving us a preview of what is going on in Frostburg and other points west.
To see the Jamie's adventures, click on the video box to the left and pick one of the three videos to enjoy. You can also click on the link to the left for more information on a possible trip westward.
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