Days Inn Waynesboro
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We drove to the Ridgeline Drive today but we were fogged out. Boo!
We decided to try again tomorrow.
We headed back to camp and did a few more floats down the river (some phone photos were put on FB already). I love doing that!
Then, very suddenly, the skies just opened up and within less than two minutes the berm behind us was washing through our campsite. All of the camp sights were under water in no time!
I have never seen rain this hard this ...
I drove into Charlottesville today to pick up some things and let me tell you...the view along Skyline Drive was A-MAZ-ING!!! I really wish Mike was with me to see this!
When I got back we decided to do a float down the river behind our camp sight. So much fun!!
"Goin' places with smilin' faces!" The sun had finally come out as we packed our things ready to leave Washington DC. Much like New York it was much easier getting out of the city than it was getting in. We travelled west into steamy Virginia, past Manassas and Centreville to the top of the Skyline Drive, a 110 mile road that winds it's way along the top of the ridge, giving amazing views either ...
... makes a better product, backs their product, and makes it a no-hassle issue for helping the customer. .....will get the most customers. Also with Darn Tough, they do not allow people to take advantage of their return/warranty policy. The company has outfitters that know when a sock has been used beyound it's life cycle, or if it truly is a defective product.....and handles it quickly - and painlessly for the customer. I respect a ...
... on a hill (formerly called Signal Hill) and the property was once owned by Johnson himself. It's now run by the National Park Service. Johnson was what Constitutional scholars called a "strict constructionist." That is he loved the Constitution of the US and believed in a strict interpretation of the document rather than implying powers that might not be there. There is a large marble obelisk marking his grave and that of his ...