Creekside Village by Kees Vacations
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... one that mentions when they lived, what they ate, and any interesting facts. It was a cute place that gave the dinosaurs a little more life-like feel than just a book.
Headed home from here with enough time to pick up the dog!!
Can't wait for our next adventure!
... train that runs straight there, so if I want to visit DC, it pretty much has to be now.
--This entry's miles all done on the Shenandoah River in a canoe--
Day 76 - About 25 miles. Port Republic to Shenandoah, VA
Day 77 - About 30 miles. Shenandoah, VA, to random field along river
Day 78 - About 25 miles. Random field to Shenandoah River State Park
Day 79 - About 30 miles. Shenandoah River State Park to another field
Day 80 - About 20 miles. Field to Watermelon Park
... left--the black population went from 55% to 7% after the Civil War). Why is it so hard to just come out and say it: Southern society and culture was really, really screwed up. This wasn't just a matter of there being an oppressed underclass... this was a matter of a large portion of the population being treated worse than animals. Things had to change and the Southern "way of life" needed to come to an end. We wish this change had taken place in a more peaceful ...
... with a houses and shops packed together, rather it has a wide, divided street leading to a small park/roundabout in the center. It makes me think a little bit of Crespi, Italy, another spacious town designed specifically for factory workers and supervisors--although it looks like much of Ranson has been rebuilt... My guess is that factory workers/miners lived in pretty squalid conditions at that time, so a company built town like Ranson was probably a refreshing ...
... down to the river we spot a fisherman wading out in the middle of the river.
"That looks refreshing" Tim says.
The weather is a bit cool for swimming--but it's an opportunity we can't pass up: the Shenadoah looks like a river you've got to experience up close and personal... wide, lively, and with all these long, narrow boulder rising up in the middle.
"I'm going in" I tell Tim
"I am too" he responds.
I thought it would be so cold I'd ...