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... the estates are all surrounded by white or brown fences with
well-manicured bright green grass with horses and thick black Angus cattle.
The area is also one of two densest concentrations of
wineries in Virginia. With charges of around $6 or $7 per tasting in this
popular wine region it’s no longer the great bargain it was when I lived in
Virginia more than twenty years ago when there were fewer wineries but you could
go from one ...
... neither marred the view of the house nor the views from the house.
Jefferson is considered the ultimate American Renaissance man as author of the Declaration of Independence, Governor of Virginia, Ambassador to France, Secretary of State, Vice President and President, speaker of seven languages, architect, horticulturist, foremost wine expert in America at the time, founder of University of Virginia, and owner of the largest library in the new ...
... and friendly- though we had one really weird guy who didn't understand that "free range eggs" actually means that the chickens roam around freely... He thought he was able to buy a dozen of eggs for free and started to actually get really defensive about it saying it was against the law to put signs up like that, etc. Pfft, he was the only looney I ran into today! A lot of people really liked my Australian accent which was cool and when I got chatting to a few people about my trip they ...
An early start for me today. Got up and packed everything and then went to say goodbye to the chickens one last time! This morning Scott also taught me about their bees! So I put on my bee suit and got to see inside their hive! It's pretty scary... But apparently the bees can tell when you're upset so being relaxed and calm is one of the things you need to do! Karen and Erin then dropped me at the airport... Sad to say goodbye! Had such a ...
... where the six of us spend the night chatting and toasting marshmallows for s’mores using the last of the Hershey’s chocolate. I’m really glad that this was my good bye to the States and not an anxious night in Pennsyl-tuckey.
As I’m not in Pennsyl-tuckey though, the next day is a long, 6 hour drive ...