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Well, perhaps not so much of the lickety split; it took us about 8 hours to get home, including stops. Traffic was worse today than it was Friday, though not as bad as it might have been. We didn't make any stops for touring--other than a little trip to the Moo Thru (I had Dark Chocolate and Cookie Dough, while Tim ate Dark Chocolate and Holstein [Chocolate Chip]). We got home around 5:30, much to the ...
We're off again for another weekend junket; this one is in honor of our 27th wedding anniversary. We're heading to Ohio for baseball, drive-in, and the feature event: a day excursion on the Ashtabula Special, a train pulled by the restored 1944 steam engine, the NKP765. This is a dream ride for train aficionados. (Riding a train pulled by that engine, that is. The routes change every summer. Ohio was the one we could get to on a weekend we were free.) This is just the anchor entry ...
... costs $25, and the place was overrun with guests during the few hours we were there.
Another interesting fact is that Jefferson was so proud of founding the University of Virginia, he had a hole cut in the foliage of the trees surrounding his home so that he could see the campus that lay miles away from his mountaintop home whenever he wished.
After the hustle and bustle of Monticello, we traveled the 2-1/2 miles to the adjoining estate of ...
This is just the anchor entry so that the whole trip shows on the map. Since Tim is staying home, there wasn't as much to-do to do before I leave; no house-sitter to arrange etc. Cats will no doubt be happy with Tim; whether Tim is happy with the ...
... Raleigh, NC, the Raleigh Road. We were there for New Year's Eve a couple of years ago. That one has the digital projector; we speculate that he wasn't making enough money here to get the projector, but didn't want out of the business, so he bought down there.
And that is the end of a fun weekend!