America's Best Inn Williamsburg
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Sunday we met up with our long time friend (met in 1985) Joe at a fabulous cove near his friend's house on the Great Wicomico River. Joe's friends met us there in their go-fast boat where we went swimming, kayaking, and relaxed in the warm breeze. We went up the river to the friend's home which has a private dock, cooked dinner and stayed the night. There was a thunderstorm at night and the muggy heat set ...
Believe it or not, we made it: We crossed the continent by bike!
We had been counting down the weeks, days, then the miles. Finally, we came around a corner and the road just stopped. You couldn't go any further and we were at the ocean. The journey had finished.
What did we do then? Initially, we had a swim, then we drank a toast with real champagne. There are pics. After that, a shower followed by a slap-up feed at ...
... colony, today a whole town live museum of history. Lots of activities for the kids, demonstrations of army gear.
... in that time period. It was much different than what we call hot chocolate. It was like drinking a melted chocolate bar with vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg and cayenne spices. The wig shop was quite interesting too. We learned how the wigs that the men and women wore back then expressed their status and ranking in society. We thought it was interesting that George Washington did not wear a wig, ...
... see it. We walked over and noticed that all the gravestones were women. Finally we found the statue of a nurse and below it row upon row of women who had served their country as nurses at some time in their lives. Some were as far back as the Spanish American War. There may have been male nurses as well but we only saw female names where we were. We then headed out over the 200 acres to find the family graves. We had the map and the numbers and thought we could ...