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Friday, August 22, 2014 to Monday, August 25, 2014 Truck 73,321 Trip 13,312
Friday - We were on the road to Mom's by 7:30 a.m. I couldn't wait to see the farm, see my mom, drive that road from Ashland. We visited with Mom and then met friends for lunch at a place called O'Banks. The grilled shrimp wrap was refreshing with the crisp, chilled glass of c******nay. We spent some time visiting, had a tour of their new, awesome ...
... them falling back into the water....and the emotion captured on the faces of the statues. Ugh! Bedford, Virginia lost 19 young men out of a community of 3,200 on June 6, 1944. Everyone in this community was devastated by the loss. I told Bud that I don't think I could run past a fallen friend, regardless of training. He, being a veteran of Vietnam, said that they were all committed to a common goal, no matter what. If you are ...
"To drink I'll have a Lakewater." "Right... Just checking you want me to go and get some water from the lake?!" "No. A Lakewater, it's one of your cocktails." "Oh, right. Sorry, I'm new here." Today was our quiet, relaxing day in and around Richmond. We started off by getting up late, missing breakfast completely. We finally left about 11am and went to the Bass Pro Shop outside of Richmond (thank ...
... Peter had ever had! Afterwards it was back on the road to Monticello, the private residence and plantation of Thomas Jefferson. In the queue to get in we heard the quote above, which sounded just too American to not be our quote for the day. The house and grounds were beautiful, situated on top of a mountain that looked out onto Charlottesville and the surrounding valleys. It was interesting to learn about the former president, he seemed to be like an 18th century Leonardo da Vinci. ...
... displays are very Virginia and proud.... Well worth a visit.
Virginia was the last state to secede and that's because a lot of the people are more akin to the Northern way of life. In the first Virginia vote in Jan 1861, they voted to stay in the Union, by 90 to 45. Later on, when Lincoln called the draft to go into North Carolina, they hastily arranged another vote carried by 88 to 55, and what's interesting is the counties with slaves voted to secede and the ...
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