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... single one. He was engaged but she broke it off and she died 4 days later and he was heartbroken. He bought this house and 22 acres when he got custody of his niece and nephew when they were orphaned, it was his campaign headquarters and is where he returned to after his Presidency and later died. When we visited the museum in Charles Town WV they had a display of Presidential China since his niece and nephew were originally from ...
... We saw a bunch of Amish people in Tennessee and Luke kept calling the men "gnomes". So he was super happy. We walked through the barn area and they even had some pretty peacocks. The kids were probably most excited about the Amish candy we got :) Onward to Washington DC! Made it...dinner with an old friend and the kids are fast asleep before 8! A record by a landslide this ...
... The car was there (via NJ) and cleaned and ready to go. Someone comes and sits with you and goes over all the features in the car, instruments and how to work or change. Now if I remember. All I wanted to know how to work was the Bluetooth and hooking up phone to use my music.
Got back to the motorhome grabbed the food, stopped by for homemade bread and back to Janet's for the last visit for this ...
... Maggie Valley, North Carolina around 6pm. After settling in and exploring the wonderful, beautiful villas we had a pizza dinner. Following dinner we had opening worship with a twist to our communion with raisin bread and wine. Meeting with our small groups for the first time was a get-to-know-you, heartwarming experience, meeting new and old friends.
With Love, Emily Valentine, Madison Miller, Rebekah Valentine (villa 4)
... railroads and a Dutch Wonderland amusement park. By the time of this visit in September, though the chillins were all back in school and the tour buses full of elderly people were out. I kept thinking, “I’m the youngest person here again,” something I often experience when I’m traveling around on weekdays outside the usual vacation season.
The Amish Country is a land of plenty with roadside stores full of yummy things ...