The Smithfield Inn Bed and Breakfast, Restaurant and Tavern
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... battling the British and decimating their fleet. In the Visitor Center, we had toured a replica about 1/4th the size of the British ship Charon which drifted to the Gloucester side where it burned to the water line and sank. Her cannons were actually retrieved from the York River in the 1930’s.
Along the driving tour we stopped at the home of Augustine Moore where officers from both sides met to negotiate terms of surrender. ...
... flavor than butternut but is a cross between that and a pumpkin. It looked like an overgrown gourde.
From the palace we walked to the Randolph house. This was originally built in 1715 for Sir John Randolph who later willed it to his son, Peyton, Speaker of Virginia’s House of Burgesses leading up to the Revolution. Notable guests included George Washington, General Rochambeau and the Marquis de Lafayette. From there, we went to the ...
... Fleet. Hence, lighthouses everywhere and I reckon babies learn reef knots before teething. There are two very long bridge/tunnel crossings to let cars go North. The tunnel parts are so the enemy cannot bomb a bridge and trap the fleet.
Weather changed tonight from perfect to windy. We shift to Ocracoke Island tomorrow, so might be a rough crossing.
Her view of events:
Since we arrived in this country, I have ...
... and a Brutus draft when we eat at one of our local Appleby's. The BSS usually runs about $13-14 in our
area. In Yonkers it was $19.99. The Brutus is usually $5-6 depending
on the brew, last night it was $8.50.
As we travel around we
also realize something I find to be of importance. It could be
because of complacency or it could be due to a lack of funds, or time, of
our own citizens. But, our country has more than its share of foreign ...
... are destroying much of the livability of much of this country. One article I read while in California, said the entirety of Southern California could be uninhabitable by the year 2050 if they could not find additional sources of water, or conservation efforts were not taken seriously. It is truly a sad state of affairs.
One of the other notable observations while on this journey occurred while staying overnight in the Silicon Valley of California, or ...