Kings Dominion Camp Wilderness Campground
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... to come to her. In that short window of time, she had managed to make her way over to the Delta customer service, advised them of my situation, and got an alternate flight plan that goes to Atlanta, then Amsterdam, then Ireland....and I'd arrive only 6 hours later than originally planned. These two kids working the computer were like a Maestro conducting a 75 piece orchestra. The beating of the keys was like music to my ears...I'll be on a flight outta here today! So they hand me a piece ...
... 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.
... This despite the cheery note by the phone from the manager assuring me that they live to serve and all I have to do is call the front desk.) So I L) walked all the way back down across the hotel with my bags to demand help, only to be told that if you look behind the door, you can find a thermostat which operates the wall unit. Fortunately, the wall unit works, and the room is now almost cool enough to cool ...
... in road rage.
Very nice dinner provided promptly by Dad and Liz (since given the time change it was approaching our bed time). We're staying up to some reasonable west coast hour so that we don't wake up at 3 a.m.
Not too many plans for the week; we will see what transpires. Tomorrow, we will likely be heading to Albany Hill to see an aggregation of Monarch butterflies. That ought to be interesting; I've never seen one before. More, anon!