Travel Blogs from Middleburg
Today was another layer back day. We just sort of eased into the day. This was our chance to go exploring in the nation's capitol. We drove in to a Metro station to catch the train to downtown DC. We rode as far as the station closest to the White House. We spent the rest of the day exploring the Capitol Mall ( no not the shopping kind of mall). We walked the full length of the National Mall from the Washington Monument to the Capitol. We made stops at the ...
... come by, so that is concerning to us in light of already having a special needs child in our family. Please ask that God gives us wisdom and guidance.
1. We are thankful that both sets of our parents were very supportive when we told them about our desire to adopt from the Ukraine.
Thank you for keeping us in your prayers!!
Love in Christ,
Tom and Lisa
The day was beautiful as we rode into some picturesque wooded lanes trying to find the Mason - Dixon line.
The line was surveyed in 1763 by Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon to settle a boundary dispute although it is more widely known as the boundary between North and South (free and slave states).
The line was marked by stones every mile and Crown stones every five miles. Michelle and I both like these sort of historical monuments so hunting them down ...
... we had a **** feast/going away party for Erin/Birthday Party for Resse... In short no one knows how to party like the Nolan family.
5. Becoming a Delaware Resident (7/22)
After quite the travel debacle, Erin finally became a Delaware resident (since John and Mary are planning on selling the ...
So, we are driving across the country and back, and yes, we are doing it on purpose.
We are going counter-clockwise and hope to hurry up and get to the midwest, where we've never been and also where the climate and geography is so different from the east coast. Our trip will last 30 days, and by the end we should be pretty serious about having seen this country from sea to shining sea!
As it is still a ...