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... old townhomes, skirting the city monuments and then traversing the old waterfront. The 75 mile route to Williamsburg took us along historic country roads dotted with Colonial and Civil war markers and, for me, ended at the replica House of Burgesses on Duke of Gloucester street in the historic old ...
... br> the Lincoln Tunnel, that were actually in worse condition than my gravel
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... temps. as we went through the mountains. Last but not least the shifter rod let go on the Harley-----but lo and behold M J to the rescue with electrical tape and a tie wrap and on we went into charleston, w.va. This morning on to the harley dealer and they put a new one on and adjusted the carb. //// for FREE How great was that ...
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... of the end for the Confederates, at least it was in the "right" part of the country. Plus -- a crater! Cool!
That was the experience part of our day. The adventure was initiated thanks to the very helpful gentleman at the battlefield visitor center. He asked where we were headed and when I told him to I-95 headed to Williamsburg, he whipped out a map and a highlighter and sent us another, more scenic, less stressful way. Virginia State Route 5, aka John Tyler ...