The Staunton Choral Gardens Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... be in good hands under the watchful eyes of their grand-parents. ;)
After a few little final loose ends to tie up around the house, we'll head off this morning up to Leesburg where we will meet up with Martha and Keith, and head to Dulles airport.
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As the French say, Tchin, Tchin! (Cheers!)
... day watching everyone packup all their stuff and head home. We left about 1 for the LARGE antique mall down the road at the I-81 exit. We walked around, filled up the Mini for tomorrows trip, dropped by the store and then home.
We thought since most of the campers had gone that it would be more peaceful but for some reason the kids are louder and terrorizing the bunnies and people are playing their music so that everyone can hear.
... though and left about 10:30 for Crabtree Falls in Montebello. We had talked about hiking at Humpback Rock which was about 1/2 the distance to Crabtree Falls but when Jerry looked at the distance we decided that we were not quite seasoned enough for such an endeavor so we decided on Crabtree Falls instead.
We took the Blue Ridge Parkway part of the way and it was a winding road. For a while we followed a motor home towing four ...
... We probably will!
Our first excursion was to Ash-Lawn Highland, home of President James Monroe. It was a simple house with lovely grounds. The tour guide was very informative and able to answer all questions presented to him. The lady working in the gift shop was very nice and we even talked about her visit to Oak Island, home of the best seafood! We had a picture taken in front of a tree that was at least ...
... reading early American religious history for my masters degree I recall that these early English settlers to Massachusetts bay complained about having to eat lobster all the time as it was plentiful and easy to catch. Eating shellfish was not consistent with their religious beliefs, but they had to eat lobster to survive. Poor things.
We had booked Thanksgiving lunch for 1230pm at the Stonewall Jackson hotel in ...