Spring Grove Farm Bed and Breakfast
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... and pleasant. We drove thru West Virginia, and part of Kentucky before stopping for the night in Louisville. Note that we used two GPS devices at the same time. We did not want to miss a road change.
On Thursday we went to Churchill Downs to tour the race track where the Kentucky Derby had been run less than two weeks before. Dick and I tried on a fancy hat but decided it was not our style. The tour guide was ...
We drove about 2 1/2 hours through rolling hills and lots of woods with mountains in the distance. Lynchburg is built on seven hills - five of them are National Register Historic Districts.
We started by parking downtown and walking a bit, but soon found that when they said hills they meant it. These hills ...
... aquarium. Nice little aquarium. While it’s hard to see many of the animals in small habitats, we have to remind ourselves that most aquariums are now rescue centers and that these animals cannot return to the wild.
We were amazed to see a beautiful bald eagle that had been rescued. It greeted us as we visited the first exhibit. Magnificent. We’ll probably never be that close to another one.
Weaving around the ...
I have put 284 of my favorite pictures from Hawaii on iCloud.
to see the pictures follow this link: https://www.icloud.com/photostream/#A6G rq0zwGCOUBl
I spent a lot of time putting titles on the pictures so they would be self explanatory but somewhere along the way, Apple ignored the titles ...
... diverse student body than I would have expected with a significant number of Asians and African-Americans around. I probably ought to have gone for a drive around campus in the morning.
Just outside of Lynchburg is an interesting place I had never heard of until I started researching places for this trip. Poplar Forest was Thomas Jefferson’s retreat home about 60 miles from Monticello, a place he also designed himself where he could retreat ...