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Travel Blogs from Culpeper
... my trip along with me. Please feel free to subscribe to the blog - there is a link to the right where you can get email updates :)
In the meantime, I need to start packing and preparing for what I am sure will be another amazing adventure in Europe.
... and down
all the time. ‘ Black Bear ‘, we have given our trusty van a name at last, did
not like that up down roads and started to make jerky movements when going up
hill and a message came up on the dash ‘ service engine soon ‘. It was getting
late afternoon and we pulled into the Coopers Rock State Forrest. What a
beautiful place, about 24 Caravan/ Camping spots situated amongst tall ...
... it worked very well. Ohio and Pennsylvania love their turnpikes, which is just a fancy name for a toll road. We had $15.50 in tolls today. How can they get away with charging tolls on an interstate, anyway? We went thru the Allegheny Tunnel. Didn't even know it was coming up and wham...we're in it. It's a little over a mile long and not too awfully wide. One of those stay in your lane deals, only the idiots ignore that. We went into Shenandoah ...
... day doing some drawings (there are pics up of mine (meghanns) and emilys). After a lovely dinner of quiche and chips (french fries), we settled down to watch
Enchanted - as you can see, we love our disney films!
Claire and Josh got back from Ocracoke today and stopped by as their house was 96 F (35 C) at about 9.30pm as the air conditioning wasn't on!
... get to Spotsylvania until after dark (9pm) and navigating our way around Lake Anna State Park was interesting as they were doing a triple iron man competition which involved stupid people running and cycling in the dark. We couldn’t find the campsite so I got out an asked.
Dad nearly ran me over reversing the RV. We ate some bread and cheese in silence as we were exhausted. I climbed into my bed and passed ...