Inn on Thistle Hill Bed and Breakfast
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Two hour drive into VA - everyone up and in the bus in time. UVA tour by a nice volunteer. Lots of cool traditions (yes, they dress up for football games - guys in ties, girls in pearls. Bustling campus in a lovely town Favorite school so far for many: university of Richmond. Beautiful grounds and buildings. Amazing liberal arts with pre-professional training. Large campus for a 3,000 undergraduate population ...
... to notice, better than the ones down our way, which are cheaper and offer cheaper tastings. Nevertheless: we had a nice day. The weather was gorgeous—yet again (this might be the nicest week in a Virginia summer since we moved here)—and the scenery is gorgeous. I’ve posted lots of photos with descriptions, so have a look.
We ate dinner at the restaurant in the Blackthorne Inn (not to be confused with ...
... were locked away and whilst out there I saw all the stars in the sky. There is nothing like it. Nothing beats it. I just love being in the countryside!! On our drive home to the farm we spotted a raccoon in the middle of the road who made me laugh and a bit further along we saw something dead in the middle of the road. At first I thought it was a cat but it turned out to be a... SKUNK!!! And the smell of it wafted into the car... Oh my... I have never smelt that kind of smell in ...
... 8220;T”s crossed and so I never needed to know in any sort of detail what was happening next. The failing for me was that I could never communicate that very effectively to the team.
The lens I view the people I come in contact with was shaped in 1969. The summer of that year I traveled to the then Soviet Union during the height of the Cold War with an organization called the Citizens Exchange Group. Their mission was to help people ...
... answered as they had slavering Rottweilers at the window.
A couple of more houses were empty but then I saw an old woman walking to her garage. I waved and walked toward her trying to look as friendly as possible. Not easy when you're dressed in black motorcycle gear.
Once she realized I was a friendly we chatted about the marker. She said it was right were we parked the bikes but got stolen 3 years ago. F**ckers !
I kicked the tennis ball for ...