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This room is named after Robert Harper who in 1761 established a ferry across the Potomac River, making the town a starting point for settlers moving into the Shenandoah Valley and further west. We dedicated this room to one of the earliest to recognize the beauty and quiet of this place, but also at his core wanted to facilitate adventures... We believe his spirit lives on in the Rivers Crossing room...
This room is named after Robert Harper who in 1761 established a ferry across the Potomac River, making the town a starting point for settlers moving into the Shenandoah Valley and further west. We dedicated this room to one of the earliest to recognize the beauty and quiet of this place, but also at his core wanted to facilitate adventures... We believe his spirit lives on in the Rivers Crossing room...
  • This room is named after Robert Harper who in 1761 established a ferry across the Potomac River, making the town a starting point for settlers moving into the Shenandoah Valley and further west. We dedicated this room to one of the earliest to recognize the beauty and quiet of this place, but also at his core wanted to facilitate adventures... We believe his spirit lives on in the Rivers Crossing room...
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This room is named after Robert Harper who in 1761 established a ferry across the Potomac River, making the town a starting point for settlers moving into the Shenandoah Valley and further west. We dedicated this room to one of the earliest to recognize the beauty and quiet of this place, but also at his core wanted to facilitate adventures... We believe his spirit lives on in the Rivers Crossing room...