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... pouring most of the night as there was minor flooding in the area. We drove north to Mount Vernon and by the time we got there the weather had cleared and it was warm and sunny. The home of George Washington, Mount Vernon, is a very popular place. Eventually we found a parking place and made our way to the visitor entrance, along with hundreds of others. After purchasing our tickets, we made our way onto the grounds of the plantation. The Washington's plantation at one ...
... s constitution book, his jail desk, the table used at his trial and the wagon used to bring his body back after hanging.
Also they had the formal declaration of the formation of West Virginia, one of the few remaining CSA battle flags, original rifles and pistols made at Harpers Ferry amd used in the War and many uniforms. A real find this was..
Human stories are always good and the lady in the ...
... want to charge my iPod for the long flight. I may use it for the 14 hours! It's interesting flying with Korea Airlines; my cultural antennas are up to learn new things. This morning when the gate opened, there was an announcement and then all the gate attendants bowed in unison. Not everyday you see that type of respect being shown in the US. Anyway off we ...
... stop is Barrell Oak Winery - not so keen on the wines here, 2011 was not a good year.
Next we are off to Vintage Ridge Winery where we do Premier Pairing with wines paired to a tasting plate of food. This was very well done and the wines were really good. After that we buy a chutney tasting platter and a cheese platter along with Cab Franc bottle of wine and sit outside under ...
... there for a while. When we came out we and headed back toward the race course we saw one of the race vehicles pass by. It turned out to be the last one. The entire field had passed us by while we were in the museum.
We followed the course back to the AVAM. All of the vehicles were stopped there so although we didn't get to see them in motion we at ...