Buckskin Manor Bed and Breakfast
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... only about 15 miles. The falls consists of a series of cascades totaling about 76 feet in height with a huge volume of water. We had a nice panoramic view of the falls from the overlook, but it was from a distance. Visitors are not allowed off the wooden viewing platform for a closer look. It was also quite crowded, so we got a few pictures and then headed back. We had forgotten to pick up lunch, so ...
... soon to be discovered passions. We are taking this time to enjoy and embrace ourselves, each other, and most importantly to embrace this beautiful country we all call home. We are the watchers on the wall. And so our watch begins.
- "It's a dangerous business, Frodo, going out of your door. You step into the Road, and if you don't keep your feet, there is no knowing where you might be swept off to." ~ J.R.R. Tolkien
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... Tummies partly satisfied we head over to the White House. Its a short walk here and as we get closer we see that there is more security here. Again it must be for the African summit that is currently happening. We don't even get close to the gate, we have to settle to be across the road. We take a happy snap then decide to walk to our last stop - the FBI building.
There are police sirens going off and lots of cops on their motor bikes zooming along the streets. As we get to ...
... train to the B gates at Dulles (IAD)!!! We got off the train for B gates and were following the signs to B gates. All of a sudden, the only exit was to the baggage claim. I saw the sign on the door. I yelled for her to stop, but Annie ran to catch the door being held for her. She didn't even cross the door jamb. She just touched the door. They made us exit to baggage claim and return ...
... sweaters, dresses, blouses, curling iron, various sets of shoes… gotta represent for my country, dude! But representing is heavy.
A lot of people have recently been asking me what exactly I’ll be doing at Oxford. To be perfectly honest, I’m not entirely sure. I am there in an administrative role for the American exchange students, and I know I’m in charge of discipline ...