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... enough sunlight that there was no snow here. We got off the trail and scrambled around on the rocks for a few minutes before making our way back. Along the hike up, the elevation gain had kept us warm. But once out on the exposed rocks, it was quite chilly with the wind blowing. Once we got too cold, we started making our way back and finished up the drive ...
... Lincoln to free slaves.
The clouds came down over the house while we were there and gave the building an eerie feeling. The clouds hung low as we walked around the garden. We took ourselves down into the basement to see where the slaves worked. Jefferson was quite and inventor and he built a clock which not only tells the time but also shows the day of the week. It is over 200 years old and still works. It chimes on the hour and the chime could be ...
A great first day of my trip! Wanted to go straight to Virginia on my first day, and made it.
A beautiful ride through the Appalachian mountains.
- 657 miles
- 10.5 hours
- Gas: $3.24
- Route 84 to Route 81
- Lots of fall colors while traveling
- 4 stops
- 2 Iced coffees
- Lots of snacks
Harrison, N.M.; Farrar, Walton.______________________________On Sept 28th, he suffered a cerebral hemorrhage in the college
presidents residence. The next ten days showed a steady improvement.
However, on October 12th, during the worst rain storm and flooding in
Virginia history, he became suddenly worst. With the last words, "Strike
the Tent", he quietly and ...
... which used to be underground, until the street was lowered, to make the hill easier for the horses to climb!
After a stroll through historic neighborhoods, we entered the campus of Washington and Lee University. The name Washington was first attached to the college when George gave the struggling school a $20,000 endowment. Then in 1865, Gen. Robert E. Lee became the President, and ...