Home Sweet Home Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... behind you the first day.
The trip began with drive through the Delmarva (De = Delaware, MAR = Maryland, & VA = Virginia) country from Lewes, DE down to Norfolk via the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. ....10 miles of bridge interrupted by a couple of dips down into tunnels that allow the large ships to enter the Chesapeake Bay.
... and the invitation to watch the milking process – in the milk barn – was irresistable. But, to be asked to do some milking was over-the-top.I have a lot of respect for anything that's bigger than I am that moves. So, I listened very carefully to all the instructions, concentrating on every detail before approaching my assigned cow. I watched as they were herded into the milking barn to patiently wait their turn to be milked. The ...
... from the urban charms of the Washington state Puget Sound to the wide open spaces of a Kentucky dairy and produce farm. To see our dear friend comfortably transplanted and settled with all of her newly acquired extended family was a delight – like an oasis in a desert in the midst of long traveling sessions en route to our next destination of Raleigh, NC.
My first historic battlefield did not disappoint. Even though Ft. Donelson wasn't that large, it provided a great deal of history.
Charged with protecting the Confederate held river from Union advance, the cannons at Ft. Donelson were able to hold off initial attacks from Union ironclads although Union ground forces were eventually able to take the area.
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... destination by car!). We made it to the Best Western just before it rained. We settled in and headed to the laundry, then the lobby to write the travel log with time to watch Ellen. Since it was raining and we didn't want pizza again (delivered, of course) we asked the desk clerk about restaurants. Karen, a transplant from Kenosha, Wisconsin, was more than helpful as she offered us her car! We decided on the Cowboy Restaurant, look out Larry's eating steak ...