Fairlea Farm Bed and Breakfast
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... the trees would have been on fire. There had been a wind storm the past couple days and almost all the trees were blown bare. The views were still great though because all the valleys were protected from the wind and filled with orange fiery leaves. We drove about halfway into the park and then stopped to do one of the hikes. The Appalachian Trail runs all along the skyline drive so ...
... they started their honeymoon. It was possibly the most beautiful home we have ever seen and just such a blessing to share with all their guests. Kyle, Christi and Korbin Scott joined us for the event which was so fun!
We checked another set of friends off the 'single' list. We are running out of couples without rings!
... were all pretty hungry so we went out to dinner to a local burger joint. This was my first time hanging out with most of them outside of the gym so it was cool getting to know them a little better. Dinner was delicious and filling.
I returned back to this headwall a couple more times in the next few months. Once with just Lee, after he cleaned up my climbing wounds from ...
... Kingdom in Florida, those Flamingo’s really make their mark. Finally talking to the driver Mark his favourite spot so far was Washington for its parks, buildings and the Smithsonian Museum of American history. Expanding on this this was our first days outing in Washington with Jonah and Indi both being chosen to participate in the Civil Rights sit in demonstration that occurred at Woolworths by African American students for 6 months ...
... fish to see if it was indeed the fish we had come to catch. As Lowen hoisted it out of the water and on to the bank, our suspicions were confirmed. A snakehead. This fish is an invasive species of fish that has made it's way into several river systems in America, such as the Patomac. With it's voracious appetite, extreme aggression, sharp teeth, lack of predators, and ability to breath and even walk on land, it has become devastating ...