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... like Ben Franklin’s autobiography, feather quills and powdered ink, and handmade pottery. Kids were running around with flags screaming "America! America!" and other kids were chasing each other with their toy muzzleloaders pretending to be at war. Because we are in an old town, most of the trees in the area are hundreds of years old and enormous. Giant sycamore trees shaded the properties and streets. Kids were climbing everywhere! Apparently, you ...
So it's time for final reflections as I touch up the photos and entries.
I think that South Africa is far more complicated that I realized; that it is a country that isn't even on popular radar in the States so it was a great oppertunity to build off of a relatively clear foundation.
I found myself being forced to face my western mindset and get rid of it. A British/American sensibility doesn't get you to where ...
After we left the Blue Ridge we started to make our way to the east coast and stopped on the way in Williamsburg, where we were informed that there was a Busch Gardens theme park near by. LT's eyes lit up and so we decided to stay another day. At the same time they were also having a food and wine festival from all over the world...even better!
Their theme parks are unlike any in England and includes shows, ...
... that we had let the gas get too low and the heated temperatures were not what the fuel tank needed.
The campground had to be one of the worse ones we have ever been in. Absolutely NO shade and it was very small and wide open so all of the 15 or so coaches were in our same situation. It was the hottest days they have ever experienced. Not conducive to walking around the city.
... to work on the stabilization and decaying bricks but it once again is need of more restoration. There are several remains of buildings left to see at the sight. One of the best things we got to see were two archeologists digging in what was once a burial site. The dig very carefully and just scrap a thin layer of dirt off the surface at a time, being careful not to break or miss anything. They then take small piles of dirt and place on top of a ...
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