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This is it!! The last Day in East Beach for 3 weeks! I'm so excited to explore America and see what I've been missing. I'll blog along the way.
Our first stop was Virginia Military Institute, in Lexington Va, where my brother went ...
... since it had a larger (read: existent) selection of fast food to choose from, and I went to my first Taco Bell of the trail, where I found Jersey Girl and Sota Sam eating lunch. We ate together and talked about our plans for the next few days, but then they left to hike out, which Fozzie and Tric were also going to do. I ended up hanging out at Taco Bell for hours, ordering something every once in a while and taking advantage of their free wifi and free refills. My mission for ...
... 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 ...
... Devil’s Marbleyard and spent about thirty minutes climbing and scrambling around on the huge boulders. There were several other groups of people here as this is a pretty popular area. And not just for people. We saw a number of Eastern fence lizards sunning themselves out on the rocks. One seemed to be pumping his front legs up and down and looked like he was doing push-ups. We climbed all around on the rocks for a while and got some pictures, then headed back ...
... of what life is like for the cadets, and a look at the school's colorful history.
I found two VMI alumni particularly interesting. Moses Ezekiel was the first Jewish cadet, and fought in the battle of New Market as mentioned earlier. The film at the New Market museum told the story of Moses being injured in the battle, and taking ...