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... the absence of any major lowlights, we will simply say that the whole experience has been one big highlight. We have laughed, we have cried. But most importantly we have lived. We have had the time of our lives and would not have wanted to do it with anyone else. As the last calls for the flights sound in the background, that's where this blog ends. We are leaving on a jet plane; don't know when we'll be back again... One day we ...
As I go on this journey, what will I learn? Will it really be as trans-formative as I've been assured it will be? I don't know.
What I do know is that I miss my physical home, my husband. But I suppose I have to be excited and hopeful that I may find my place in our home.
Cara just called, she's on her way and I think we are going to do a Starbucks run.
... Valley. Shortly after getting off the trail, I spot a fellow trying to hitchhike out ahead of me. I wonder if this might be an "interesting encounter". It doesn't take long to find out... I'm still a 50 yards away and he starts talking to me! Bud is the West Virginia stereotype: a strong mountain accent... most teeth missing... with a rugged rural look. "Careful on that Appalachian trail!" He warns "Four months ago 2 guys stopped a man and his wife and gunpoint and raped ...
Well, having finished the battle tour by 2pm, I had to turn left onto the I9 and discovered that Charles Town was only 6 miles away. I thought I'd check it out.
John Brown was taken there for trial, as there was concern that he may be tried for a federal crime and taken north where they would be more sympathetic to his cause.
What a great decision to go, as I parked opposite the Visitors Centre (By accident) ...
... 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 ...