William Cox Inn
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... Jefferson died, he was, for all intents and purposes, bankrupt and deeply in debt to the tune of $100,000 in 19th Century money. The entire estate and everything in it had to be sold within six months of Jefferson's passing in order to settle his debts, so it is even more impressive that they have been able to assemble his belongings once again. I noted to Michelle that the foundation that runs Monticello should certainly have plenty of money to spend since ...
... he started using Woodrow) Woodrow Wilson 28th President (1913--1921) birth home (1856-1923) and museum. His father was a Presbyterian Minister and was paid quite well as this house here where he was born and lived until age 3 was 4,000 sf and included 3 slaves and $1000 year. The family moved to Augusta where his father was minister of a church there during the Civil War. Woodrow had problems reading (probably dyslexic) and taught himself ...
I have been phoning my car sales men in Florida every day now
and at last he told me this morning that my tags and part for the electric bed
where mailed yesterday. So they should be here tomorrow. We are now planning
our trip from here on. Been to the AAA yesterday and picked up all the books
for campsites for all states and maps.So the next note will come from somewhere along the road.To all ...
Woke up again to the rooster! Thanks buddy! The thing with the rooster is... It's not like a normal alarm clock. You can't press a "snooze" button on it! Which is good cause it means you have to wake up! Fed the donkeys, sheep and ducks this morning. The poor duck that was injured was still not looking good so we have put her in a safe little nest in the barn near the donkeys and Fiona the cow. My new daily chore is to check on ...
We pulled into camp and checked into our site at Big Meadows and just down from the Skyland Lodge which was right on the Appalachian Trail. The Skyland Lodge is on the highest point of the Park. Chris managed to get a camp fire going, the first since Kings Canyon, and we had smores which were great although the chocolate we had in the RV had melted a few times since Kings Canyon.
The sun had set, Zach had gone to bed, and so Chris and I were enjoying ...