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We have arrived home safely from our European Adventure. After a hectic 4 days at home visiting family and friends, sorting mail, dental app'ts and unpacking we are off on our next adventure, Naples Florida. We enjoyed reconnecting with Ryan and Julie and all our other family members. On our way to Florida we stopped in Port Colbourne and Oswego to visit friends and then a two day stop in Cortland, New York for a great visit with ...
... to get cold. The girls returned from class and we got photos of them with their buddies at centre court and then they all went and prepared for the game.
It was a fairly competitive game and the girls came away with a win in the end, 48 - 41. After the game we headed up to a class room above the court to have something to eat, yep you guessed it, chicken and potatoes. Might have looked funny to us all sitting in their desks eating chicken. Very friendly people at this ...
... again. This is not the Jack Daniels Lynchberg but is was interesting anyway as we have a player on tour called Sharniqua and the chick in the petrol station was also called Sharniqua and neither of them had meet another Sharniqua before. After photos were taken we were out of there.
The game in the van was to guess what the motel looked like. Our view was Rocky Mount was not that big so the motel may be a bit run down with a log fire and ...
... road that climbs to 3892 feet affording spectacular views of the valley below, where the Shenandoah River winds it's way through the Blue Ridge range in the Appalachian Mountains. This is an area we've heard of in folklore and songs, but never seen before. After a few hours of slow driving, and beautiful scenery (although it all begins to look the same), we were happy to stop at the Skyland Lodge. After lunch, we headed off again and took the ...
... them down. Saw a huge Bald Eagle almost by the side of the road. It looked like it
had caught something. Unfortunately, it flew off before I could get my
It seemed that I was the only one on the road. Hardly saw any cars at all. Got very chilly at the peaks, 56 at one point, but as soon I descended a few hundred feet, the temp went back to the 70's. There were lot's of lookout points to pull up and take ...
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