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We were up early-ish but got a later start than most in our hotel. Gates at the venue opened at 0600 and I was afraid everyone would be lined up to get in. So we waited. We left Charlottesville at 0900, arriving to our turn-off at 1000, but cops had it blocked. So we ended up going about 5 miles past the turn and back-tracking our way back to the line. ...
... It has been 90 degrees with 50% humidity while my ideal riding temperature is 60 and dry. My pace in the mornings has been 13-14mph but from noon-5 it drops to 5-7mph. Part of it is that I am starting to hit hills but the hills are harder with the heat because my energy is totally sapped. I am drinking 8+ liters of water a day and still constantly have a dehydration head ache. It isn't possible to drink anymore without throwing up. When I set St. Louis as an arbitrary airport to fly out ...
... that look exactly same wherever you go. They’re all there, of course, but you can get away from them in landscapes that aren’t totally dominated by them.
I am quite familiar with the Shenandoah Valley since I lived in northern Virginia near Washington DC after college and often visited my brother who was in college then at Virginia Military Institute in Lexington. Back in those days I was quite impressed with the mountains, but since having ...
... read about him on the web. Then we toured the house. It is a simple house with simple furniture with some period pieces but very little original furniture. Still an interesting place to visit. Next we went to the Cemetery where Jackson was buried. I was fascinated by the lifespan of some of the people. Many lived into their 90"s and some over 100. Surprising however there were also many ...
... an excellent bio of his term from 1912-1921 covering his conversion from pacifism to entering WW1. He then worked to create the League of Nations. Wilson also introduced the vote for women (but not for blacks; his parents had had slaves in their Staunton home). During my history trip June went to a service in Baptist Church, complete ...