Clover Forest Plantation

Address: 5371 Whittcamp Rd, route 618, Goochland, Virginia, 23063, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 5371 Whittcamp Rd, route 618, Goochland.
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    Cemeteries are big in America

    A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Jul 29, 2015

    3 photos

    ... people are so revered to this day. I know it is American history, but the little I understand is that Abe Lincoln wanted to free the slaves and this caused the southern states to secede the nation and declare their own government and the civil war that followed. I know that is very simplified, but in my opinion the crux of the matter. We walked back through an area called Cary-town, this was what I would call a little arty. There were lots of ...

    The Long Way Home

    A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jul 13, 2015

    2 comments, 13 photos

    Well, for the umpteen billionth time, it rained on the last night of a camping trip. It has rained on almost every camping trip we ever took, and I'd say at least half of those times it has rained on the last night--or even the last morning--requiring us to pack up a) in the rain and/or b) wet stuff. This time, it POURED down rain sometime after midnight, so everything was soaked--at least on the outside. We had a lot of stuff carefully packed up under the ...


    A travel blog entry by lake84 on Aug 14, 2014

    6 photos

    ... egg and cheese grits. We'd never had grits before, but when in the south... They tasted like cheesy rice pudding mixed with porridge - interesting! Once again the portions were so big we couldn't finish them. We stopped at a gift shop where the chatty owner seemed very interested that we'd spent so much time in the north and furnished us with lots of information about the south and Virginia in particular. We stopped at a coffee shop called Mud House, which served the ...

    Back Home Again

    A travel blog entry by hasu on Aug 26, 2013

    ... the 4-day.) Knowing this, I would get a pass for every day we're there, so we could kind of come and go as we pleased. We really enjoyed the late nights at the parks, where it wasn't so hot and (most) rides had minimal waits due to the crowds being at the fireworks shows, so it would be nice to stagger early mornings with leisurely afternoon/evening visits. I would also make my own "down" time a higher priority -- I didn't really take good enough care of ...

    The Call

    A travel blog entry by bendreith on Sep 20, 2012

    ... of the illusory east coast culture could tether me against the ocean, not if my mountains were calling me from across those eternal amber waves of grain. I plan to have more adventure, love, strife, confusion, and discovery, but I will always be comforted and at ease knowing these mountains will always be here calling me home, balancing my being. When I learned that I had an opportunity to attend school in Colorado I jumped at ...