The Little White House Bed & Breakfast At The Charles Dick House
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... and lock it around a table leg or post so you can take it off while you eat or rest and not have to worry about somebody grabbing it.
Yes...it's a man purse...but...if it keeps somebody from walking off with my ID, Debit Card, Plane Tickets, Reservations & iPhone...so be it. A worthy investment and I purchased it for $16 less than I thought it would cost @ $34.
Jodie also found this great neck wallet thingy for $1 that is ...
Friday started with a search for fuel. We cannot take this RV into just any gas station, so sometimes it becomes a challenge to just find a place to fill up. After success with that mission, we endured some crazy traffic trying to get out of the DC area but we made it to Fredericksburg in time for some additional exploration.
While Washington DC is a southern city, we found that moving farther into Virginia reveals ...
Well tomorrow is the big day!! I'm all packed and ready to go…
Thankfully, I didn’t have to teach today. Last week, I was called in to be a part of this committee for the county schools. Not to bore you with "Teacher stuff," but it was basically having to do with new graduation standards and options for students who wish to opt out of class by doing ...
... actually shared a great deal about his life in the day. At the very least, he and the others made the wait bearable. It didn't take long before we were mentally back in time ourselves. Born of middle class means, Washington too was very impressive, building a rather small plot of inherited land into a 8,000 acre plantation. His farming practices were inventive such as crop rotation. He also developed ...
... some pieces by Diego Riviera, and the latter showing a heavy national taste toward realistic representtaion of romantic themes. (That's how I read it anyway). We then went on the very impressive Palace of the Legion of Honour where I saw about 500 Rodin sculptures including the original Thinker. Also a small display of artefacts from early copper age Cyprus and Mesopotamia, odd in a building dedicted to French art. Finally down to the Presidio, the ...