Kings Dominion Camp Wilderness Campground
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... floral shop, Strawberry Fields, for tea towel and candle purchases. Heading to the west end of Richmond, we stopped for lunch at The Continental. The menu offered several sandwich and pizza options. It was good and I loved the inflatable globe/lantern ceiling decor. While we shopped, Buddy took the Harley for a check-up and met a friend for lunch on the southside of Richmond.
Being with family made all of these days fun.
Thursday, August 21, 2014 Truck 72,949 Trip 12,940
It was a short drive into the Great Commonwealth; Virginia. We picked up route 460 just outside of Roanoke, Virginia. Great kudzu-draped slopes flanked both sides of the road. In some places where the trees were covered, it almost looked like a green castle. Bud needed a nap, there was no place to stop, I drove 100 miles of rolling southern Virginia countryside! I know, ...
... rebuilding year for the fair.
The Virginia State Fair was sold at auction just this past May. The auctioneer attempted to start the bidding at 15mil. and nobody bid. It finally sold to a man for 5.6 million. His company is called Universal fairs so he is no stranger to fair business. We thought he did a great job for his first year!
Hopefully most of the exhibitiors will choose to return to ...
... Sandy ride Intimidator twice more with me. Definitely my favorite ride in the park. I used to go to Cedar Point, which was such a great park and so I have a very high standard. Intimidator really made King's Dominion stand out. Finally, we took one more ride on the Anaconda before heading home. We were both very sore from being banged around all day, but it was a great day nonetheless.
... basic dressage on the young horses, then it progressed through several different presentations of dressage, including the Airs Above Ground - where the horses do things like hold a pose in the rear, or jump - leap - kick. While these were amazing to see - they looked almost more like circus acts than dressage. The trainer I met with on Thursday had some "challenges" during this portion of the performance - his horse really enjoyed the kicking part ...