Days Inn Huntington
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... who volunteer with that organization! If anyone knows a friend who would loves what we're doing please tell them to check out the blog and to donate, if they are able to! There is 7 days left of fundraising and I am only $225 away from a grand total of $10,000! I can't say thank you enough to all of you for supporting me so much thus ...
... for all sports in 1977, but football was 0–26–1 in the first five years. In 1981, Marshall won its first SC game by beating Appalachian State in Boone, N.C., 17–14. The victory celebration included a 30-mile police escort and a crowd estimated at 3,000 that met the team when they unloaded at Gullickson Hall on the Marshall U campus. Beginning in 1984, Marshall football experienced a remarkable turnaround as Stan Parrish's ...
We topped a further 300 miles today. Having made the definite decision to buy fireworks , when we finally found a place it was of course closed!
After crossing the Ohio river into Louisville KY, and then on through Lexington,We stopped in Winchester, KY for lunch at the same place we had lunch 7years ago : The Cantuckee Diner. Talk about ...
Anxious to see Cousin Carol in Lexington Kentucky but delayed due to a disastrous accident that closed the highway. Highlight of the day was lunch at Hooters somewhere in West Virginia. What I forgot to say yesterday was that my dear dear Aunt Felice, whom I love very much, celebrated her 100th birthday. Love to you Aunt Felice:)
... for a medical experiment (a doctor thought the atmosphere in the cave would help cure tuberculosis...NOT), and the Star Chamber, where the torch-deposited black tar on the cave ceiling was dotted with white blemishes, caused by slaves throwing rocks up there to "create a star in your sweetheart's name". I guess that was the 19th-century equivalent of buying a star name on the Internet.
The other highlight of the night tour was seeing where slaves had used a ...