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... out. Jerry took his camera and I had my new one so I imagine we have a lot of mixed up pictures.
We got to the falls and immediately checked out the bathroom facilities. They were gross to say the least. A portapotty in a little room - enough said. I washed my hands with the water I had left in my water bottle! Before we started our hike we decided to eat our sandwiches that we had prepared earlier. As we were eating we were chatting ...
... apples from home. They were a little tart but that's all.
Our next trip was to the Barboursville Winery. Barboursville is only about 16 miles from Charlottesville but it's a pretty long winding road, pretty scenery though. On the way there Gypsy took us right through Charlottesville. The sign pointed toward Historic Charlottesville. Yeah - it was historic all right - not exactly the sites on the tourist trail. We ...
... a mutually respectful silence between the troops. It took over 5 hrs for the Southern troops to pass.
This was only the beginning of the end, as the confederates had several armies in the South which we will probably cover next two weeks on Trail 2.
There was one incident where some rebels, after receiving their parole ticket, travelled west and dug up some Union railroad tracks. Once caught they were immediately hung.
Text "I got 100% on my prep!" Kasper woo "T.F" instead of TJ for Thomas Jefferson Hearing about the building and works in TJ'a house- miscalculating height of clock balls along wall and making a hole in the ground to accommodate, turning doors for food delivery from ...
I have known my friend Kat since we were both little kidlets tearing around the horse paddocks together. She has also seen me at a complete loss for words, in an uncontrollable, ugly mess of tears, twice in our lifetimes.
The first time was just after my horse Tucson died during a competition. She sat in the dirt with me, in the middle of a paddock, by his dead body. Huddled together, both of us in tears. As the sun slipped away and both ...