Travel Blogs from Richburg
... make logical sense to me we went to the station. We whizzed over the smallish gap and back again and both enjoyed it, so targeted the 'mega zip'! The mega zip was pretty mega, going across the length of the park, and over the top of the white water rating course. The queue however wasn't exciting, as it was so hot, it was nearly unbearable reaching over 100 degrees! However it was good fun, and cooled us down. Later on we took to the ...
... giggles. Asheville is in the Blue Ridge Mountains and is apparently the rich hippy part of NC. We had lunch at the Stoney Knob Cafe. While N and a couple of others had the chicken and waffles, I surprisingly decided against it and had a omelette instead. Go figure!
After lunch we headed to the Biltmore Estate. It's a palace of a home, built by a Vanderbilt. We did some wine tasting and walked through the ...
... retirement ceremony from the Air Force. In the afternoon we
toured the Pentagon. A pleasant yet, too short a visit with them and
As soon as I finish treatments here we
will return home to WV for a short stay. Christmas plans are unsure
for now. We hope to see many of you while are at home and see our
traveling friends along the way soon.
..until then, stay well
... into a movie. She has a cookbook, too. We had to visit with her in her barn where we all squeezed in--sitting or standing wherever we could fit.
I can't really share with you exactly what Dori Sanders talked about because she was all over the place, with no clear thesis or point to her "lecture." I've never known anyone who could make such a ...
Today is the day we are packing, doing laundry and getting final touches ready for the trip to Hawaii.. Probably packing more than we need, but better safe than sorry! It is a nice and clear day outside, not a reminder of the snow that fell yesterday in the morning which was gone in hours! This will ...