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... the Blackberry shakes, a older thru-hiker came along, he hiked the trail back in 1974. He came up this way for a reunion of thru-hikers from his year. He told us a story about how his buddy was shot to death at the beginning of his thru-hike, and showed us a photo of himself, with two other thru-hikers......one of which was the one killed. Cool guy, great stories! After eating, and taking a "***** shower", we headed North - and was greated by a Ring-neck snake, which ...
... our route and travel some back ways. We passed woods and farms and small towns. This made the trip a lot more interesting and in no time we arrived at Culpepper, where we had lunch before driving up the Shenandoah Mountains for a very enjoyable picturesque drive through the National Park before reaching our overnight stop in Front ...
... got to try the Elderflower Wine and the elderberry wine. The elderberry wine is definitely my favorite out of the two- the elderflower was just way too intense and weird flavored! I had an early lunch out on the front porch and then went to shoot the pellet gun some more to practise my aim! It's amazing how even after just one day, I'm getting a lot better at shooting the target! After wine bottling in the morning Dean also got the black rat snake that's been living in the hay loft ...
... amazed and jealous that I'm visiting so many places! At the end of the market I went to buy a bunch of flowers which are now sitting in my room and they smell amazing! I highly recommend that everyone should buy their produce from local farmers. It's fresher, healthier and better tasting than ordinary supermarket produce. Organic is the best! If you don't believe me, try it and see for yourself! So after a long and tiring morning we had a pit stop at whole foods for the restroom ...
... harvested most of the potatoes! It was fun! The potatoes are really deep in the ground so it takes a while to get them and it was super hot working in the greenhouse too but I really enjoyed it! Most of this took about just over 2 hours! Had lunch and then in the afternoon I helped with preparation for the markets and also helped ...
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