The Baywood Bed and Breakfast
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After over 4,000 miles, 13 different rooms/hotels and visiting over 45 Timmons and 11 Wall family members, NOT TO MENTION Rosie's mom, day and multiple uncles, aunts and of course Theresa, Rich & Ellie Goiffon we are home.
My back and left arm are killing me (Rosie;s favorite driving position.
All in all, a great time.
Thanks for following our travels.
... the ride. Strangely, the riding wasn't the hardest part. For me, it was the daily logistics of packing cars, herding people, early-morning alarms, applying sunscreen and trying to stay fed and hydrated... I forgot to mention the constant battle of washing; both ourselves and our poor clothes.
Would I do the same trip again? Heck no! However, I'd do another bike trip, perhaps with shorter days and more luxury. For example, at ...
... was signed. Visitors may even step on it as the deck is protected under plexiglass on the floor. Other important artifacts include the microphone with which MacArthur announced his return to the Philippines, a pen he used to sign the Japanese surrender document, and, of course, his iconic hat, sunglasses, and corncob pipe.
Once the girls picked me up from the museum, we traveled about 45 minutes to the ...
Time share 3 nights at Oceanaire in Northern VA Beach. 17th floor, nice amenities, enjoyed the beach and pools. Relaxing. Came to realize that we enjoy a rental off the beaten path for more privacy. Maddie stayed with DogVacay.com Robert and Kristi Has Accepted Your Reservation No additional message provided. Robert and Kristi's Phone: +17574076161 5410B Ocean Front Avenue, Virginia Beach, VA. Awesome beach house and view! Maddie had a great ...
... Meanwhile, his second-in-command, Charles O'Hara, attempted to surrender to Rochambeau, who rightly directed him to surrender directly to Washington. Washington, in turn, refused his sword and surrender! He felt that since Cornwallis, coward that he was, had sent his subordinate, then the surrender could only be accepted in the same way. His subordinate was Major Gen. Benjamin Lincoln, the man in charge of the Continental Army that day in ...