Comfort Inn Frederick
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... 5.30 pm.
Highway driving easy. We spotted banks of daffodils along the way, and pink cherry blossom and white blossomed dogwood trees. Andrew had had 2 feet of snow in SLC so glad we were in warmer territory.
Pulled up for the night at our first U.S. camp, at Gambrill State Park. "Beware the black bears and don't let skunks in your tent" greeted us, but we slept ...
... him. On the way to the airport we needed to pick up Dr. Ryder from Fredericksburg so I had to give Mike some directions. While being the guide I got to talk with Professor Breitenberg. I only have interacted with the professor in the classroom so it was nice to talk with him. One thing that I learned about Prof. B is he is always trying to teach you a lesson. We just were chatting about careers and school and he gave ...
... cut I wanted, she said, “Oh…yeah, we’re not going to do that. But trust me, it will look good.” And it does look good, better than I imagined it would. And if you mention I sent you, we both get a free haircut. Sa-WEET!
Today roomie asked me how I’m feeling about this trip. Excellent question. How am I feeling? Nervous, obviously. Not looking forward to the flight at all, ...
... fields and vineyards with the occasional farmstead. There are a surprising number of vineyards in this area and I had read that, had it not been for the wars, Virginia could have rivalled any world wine area. Harper's Ferry was set in a dramatic landscape of high escarpments and raging rivers - this is where the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers meet. It was a busy little town back in the 1860s, mainly because of the power of water, ...
... of life. Natures cycles, the will and strength to go on, the moment a door opens in someone mind to new concepts or the drive to not accept life but to live it deliberately --------- All the pathos and irony of leaving one’s youth behind is thus implicit in every joyous moment of travel: one knows that the first joy can never be recovered, and the wise traveler learns not to repeat successes but tries new places all the time. -Paul ...