BEST WESTERN PLUS Waynesboro Inn & Suites Conference Center
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On our way out from Washington D.C. we decided to stop at Arlington Cemetery, but not for long. After arriving we immediately felt a strange sadness everywhere. It was probably the saddest places I have ever been to in my life. We only stayed for about 30 minutes. We could not stay any longer even if we tried. the only things of note that we did witness there was J.F.K.'s ...
... visitor’s center. We were heading back there so he hopped in and told us some of his stories while we drove. He was in his 50s and had been hiking bits of the Appalachian trail for 10 years. He was also a deep sea diver and spent some times swimming around the shipwrecks in Nova Scotia. Overall a really cool guy! He was going to the visitors center to pick up some supplies for the next leg of his hike so we dropped him off and made our way ...
... much know most people will not go through the trouble, saving them the money on replacing their defective product. And that is the case here....I just can't go through the hassle right now. I tried to call them and ask if they would help out, if I could send a photo......or take it to their retailer, and have them look at it. Both times I called the company.....they were not willing to budge. So...after 7 years of being a ...
... built along both sides of the road. One side, looking west was the Shenandoah valley, the other side looking east towards Washington DC. We stopped along the way and chatted to different people. The first person told us about his daughter, who quit her job and was now walking the Appalachian Trail, a mere 2200 miles long, of which she was halfway along. She started the trail at the northern end in May, so should finish at the Great Smokey Mountains before Christmas if all ...
... World War II, Civilian Conservation Corps crews were replaced by conscientious objectors in the Civilian Public Service program.
The Civilian Conservation Corps ran from 1933 to 1942 as part of FDR's New Deal. It provided unskilled manual labor jobs related to the conservation and development of natural resources in rural lands owned by federal, state and local governments. The CCC was designed to provide employment for young men ...