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... be in good hands under the watchful eyes of their grand-parents. ;)
After a few little final loose ends to tie up around the house, we'll head off this morning up to Leesburg where we will meet up with Martha and Keith, and head to Dulles airport.
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As the French say, Tchin, Tchin! (Cheers!)
... he came in hot and sweaty he declared that that grill was going in the trash and he was buying another one. It is a good grill but very difficult to put up and take down. I usually help and when he put it up this time he said he was the easiest it had every been. Taking it down was the hardest it had ever been though. Looks like a new grill is in our near future! I think I saw one at Camping World. :)
A night for reading and then early ...
... to the winery and instead of a tour they just had a tasting which neither of us wanted and wine things for sale in the shop.
We only stayed a few minutes and then went to the Barboursville ruins just down the road. It's a ruin indeed. The house burned on Christmas Day about 100 years ago and it has just continued to "ruin" since then. Being the only car in the parking lot should have been a dead give away. There is ...
... of storage. I would not have been disappointed to be living here much longer.
After dropping off our stuff we went out to eat at an Outback restaurant which was across the road. Chris had pork chop and I had grilled chicken. Both meals were fab and we really enjoyed them. We both has cheesecake fore desert then went to K-Mart to pick up some milk and toiletries, then back to the ...
... said the NJ stop and she was surprised that we didn’t want to stop at Edison turn pike, but accepted our destination. This tour by far was the longest tour we had gone on figuratively speaking. It was harder than the 12 day hike to ABC in Nepal, and more painful than a root canal. I hope and wish and pray that we would never have to go through this pain ever again.
In conclusion I would like to say a few things about tours. They are two ...