Chestnut Hill Bed & Breakfast Inn
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... is fantastic. We hiked the Rose Loop trail, a 4.6 Mile fun hike. When we started the hike we ran into a couple deer that seemed pretty chill and didn’t mind us getting close and taking some pictures. We thought it was pretty amazing but later realized that the park was filled with deer everywhere and they were used to people. The hike wasn’t too hard but it felt nice to get back ...
... getting very Napa Valley lately. But
I got to taste 19 wines for my fee, most of their basic line but not their
finer reserves, of all types from sparkling to whites, rose, reds, and dessert
Some of the wines are really delicious and justify the
prices from $12 to $30 for most of what was included in sample flights. Virginia
has a couple of rather unique wines. The Viognier wines to me bear some
resemblance to C******nay but are ...
... became the seed of the Library of Congress collection. Jefferson was not much on an inventor but was what would now be called an early-adapter, acquiring and incorporating cutting-edge gadgetry he came across into his home. Jefferson would fit right into modern America in other ways than his love of technology; he lived well beyond his means and left a large debt at his death.
I’ve read some evaluations of Jefferson’s presidency by ...
Day 157 Miles driven so far in RV is 9800 since we began this trip last May. Today, we drive 150 miles from DC west to Blue Ridge Mountains and the skyline road in Shenandoah national park. The road is windy and narrow but drivable. We ascend up over 3700 ft across the mountain tops. The Park campsites all full so we headed east into the valley towards ...
... the construction of this home, located about four hundred yard up the hill from Mount Pleasant. This new home would come to be called Montpelier.
At the age of 11 James Jr was sent off to boarding school. He would return to Montpelier at the age of 16 to continue his studies at home with a private tutor. At the age of 18 he again was off to school, this time to Princeton - called the College of New Jersey at that ...