Hampton Inn Staunton - Greenville Avenue
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... his military uniform, place in the retrieved casket and taken to the
College Chapel for viewing. One day prior, a funeral procession was
formed at the Episcopal church ( Robert E. Lee was a member) of enormous
proportions. At the head was a brass band with muffled drums followed
by a hearse (minus the body as it remained in the College Chapel) and
behind came "Traveller" ...
... checked in, ate and Tori swam for an hour. We are still fairly disorganized about packing and unpacking so I am beginning to feel more comfortable about being seen in public in my PJ's. Tori has no problem with it. We are supposed to be having a super moon but it looks fairly normal to ...
Left Nashville and had a pretty bad breakfast experience at Waffle House. After eddies meltdown, we regrouped and made some headway thru most of Virginia. Against eddies will, we stopped at a TA rest stop and had a late dinner before turning in for the night. Tomorrow we should make it home if we can survive Eddie :)) Cherri is still pretty much confined to the ...
Our first day on the road. Tori wants to stay on interstates and close to big cities. It is a challenge to my usual driving style. We did manage to get through both Baltimore and Washington DC with only a minor tie-up. Stopped and ate at chain restaurants. Not my usual style but this is Tori's trip. Our next destination is Arlington, Texas. Tori has a friend there.
... family. The tradition is to have a feast of roast turkey and stuffing, gravy, potatoes, squash, other vegetables, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie with whipped cream for dessert. This supposedly follows, in general, what the early settlers had in the first Thanksgiving. There is also the tradition that the settlers invited the local native Americans to the celebration as they had helped the settlers to survive in the New World.