Lavender Hill Farm Bed and Breakfast
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Long travel day today, got in at 3:45pm. Was actually on Blue Ridge Parkway for little bit, then it got REALLY interesting. LOVE this campsite. We are actually sitting outside voluntarily at 4pm and enjoying it. Still humid but wonderfully cooler. Fireflies! Babbling brook sounds soooo ...
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 ...
... but it was a bit disappointing.. After seeing the Crabtree Falls on Monday this paled in comparison. Then we had a 3/4 hike back to the cafe. At times it was cool with a slight breeze and at times it was just plain hot. I didn't sleep well last night but think I will tonight! We took the shuttle back to the gift shop rather than climb the 137 steps back up. We went in the gift shop and I talked Jerry into buying a t-shirt and a cap came with ...
... br> Jerry was not too excited about the cemetery and decided that he was just sated with history for a while so we decided to call it a day and head on in. We stopped at a Lowe's so he could get some screws for a hanger and then went to Walmart and did the grocery shopping. Next we drove through Crozet. Since it is the setting for many of Rita Mae Brown's books I was excited to see it. What ...
... afternoon students: "In their religious instruction he succeeded wonderfully. His discipline was systematic and firm, but very kind. ... His servants reverenced and loved him, as they would have done a brother or father. ... He was emphatically the black man's friend." He addressed his students by name and they in turn referred to him affectionately as "Marse Major."
Robert E. Lee letter dated December 27, 1856, :
I was much pleased the ...