Travel Blogs from Flint Hill
WOW!!! It's hard to imagine that I will be leaving for France and Spain in 4 days. To say I am excited is an understatement!!!
For this trip, I am going to try something new. I will be blogging for the first time. I will try to post daily updates, so you all ...
... some smaller roads which are much more enjoyable in an RV. My nerves don't do well with the big trucks. There is just not enough room between us!
Our destination was Faber, Virginia at the DelFosse Winery. We learned about the vineyard through a cool website Tommy found called Harvesthosts.com. There are farms, vineyards, and other venues on the website that allow RVers to stay overnight. This would ...
... we where lucky to get the last one. Next morning we went for a long walk to
Coopers Rock Lookout. The view from up there was magnificent and as a bonus
there was a wedding ceremony in progress, right there on the rock. The contrast
of all these lovely dressed people, the bride and groom and the minister against
the rustic venue and all the other tourists in shorts and t-shirts was
something else. There where also ...
... and Family in SA stay warm, I know you have been having some horrible
nasty winter weather lately.
Here we have been making huge bonfires every night and keep them going all day for the next evening to stay warm as it does cool down to about 17 deg or less after the sun goes down. There is no shortage of fire wood in fact there is too much after cleaning the forest of loose branches and some trees had to be cut down also.
... there and also the cat, Meowzer who is super friendly and affectionate! I love him! We drove back home and then an hour later went back out to the farmhouse... We chatted with the neighbor, David, and his wife Rhonda! They're such lovely people. Most country folk are super hospitable and welcoming! We got some freshly made brownies and a slice of some lemon pound cake! I ate my whole slab of the lemon cake... Oops. It was so tasty. We drove to the farmhouse to double check ...