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Arrived in Virginia at 9 in the morning with only about 3 hours sleep. I had to take a couple of hour nap in order to make it through the day, but it worked. I was able to go 9 holes of golf with my Son, Eric and my Grandson, Justin this afternoon.
A wonderful dinner of steak, mashed potatoes and grilled asparagus, all prepared by my grandson.
It was a great way to start this trip. I am looking forward to a great time with the family. ...
... walking in Historic Jamestowne, a lot of the town has been dug up and preserved as much as possible. An archeological dig has been underway for years now. They have found and dug up a lot of the footings from each building. Not a lot is left standing today. One part of a building that is still standing is the church tower. The church its self has been rebuilt, but the tower when you first walk in has been preserved. In 1907 a group took ...
... they were of age.
Music was used to sing about love and lonesomeness. We heard the song of one man's heartache as he lost his sweet love. He never knew where she went or if she survived. You can hear the sorrow in his voice and the longing he has to be with his love. The pain seemed to flow from his heart out into the words he spoke. It was extremely moving.
We finished the program with a few other songs and dances and ended with the mocking of the ...
... Lincoln, who is depicted on the $5.00 note was not born when the tavern was open. Unfortunately he overcame this problem and accepted the money - no free lunch for us. We spent some more time wandering until the heat of the day sent us back to our room for a rest before setting out for a light dinner and some retail therapy.
Next day we set off for Front Royal
... given by a park ranger. Even though we had to use our imaginations to understand what happened at this battle, it all became very real. After walking around the battlefield we headed over to the town of Yorktown. Much of the original Yorktown is still standing. In fact most of the buildings are inhabited. I'm surprised at how clean and fresh 250 year old buildings can look. At last it was dinner time and we were both ready for a break. We ...
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