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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 ...
... Odometer....Total mileage to date is 22,198 since I began my baseball journey in 2010..
It was a long haul, but was entertained with my Sirus Radio, crazy drivers on the highways, phone calls, text messages, and Skype during my travels..No texting nor video Skyping while behind the wheel...Thank you All!!!!
I have covered 28 of the MLB parks/stadiums and 2 remain...I hope to complete ...
... It was warm about 70 and not too bad yet.....
Ramona drove the route and we were all glad of our decision not to ride the first part of the day...There was lots of debris on the windy, steep downhill and the worse part is it is shaded and you can see when your flying down.....So we started in Greenwood.....it was a pleasant rolling hills and then we came across some road construction and a huge down tree right across the road ...
... it’s meant to be a very pretty little town, and it’s where Thomas Jefferson had his home ‘Monticello’ (little mountain) which he started when he was 26 and it took him close to 40 years to complete.
We drove straight from the hotel in Washington to Splendora’s Gelato on Main St in Charlottesville. Why? Because much as we’d had breakfast we’d had NO coffee and I can’t be presenting myself to people in that ...