Country Inn & Suites Chester
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We got on the road at 5:15am ...the car packed solid with plenty of room in the back seat for Sydney... We left before the sun rise with the temp of -30 oC . This was the coldest February in History Brockville is our first stop ...McCafe lattes 1st "are we there yet" by Bill Checked tire pressure ...after the winter tires were taken off yesterday the lights came ...
Left Richmond with great hopes for putting a lot of miles behind us but were thwarted by winter. Almost like it was following us. After only 4 hours we had to end our day due to over (according to the news) 100 accidents on the Interstate 95 corridor. Driving was treacherous and we passed multiple accidents. 24 degrees in North Carolina. Stopped for the night in Fairfield North ...
I lived in RVA for 4 years and had no idea this place existed! It was awesome. An old train buttress turned into a climbing wall. Someone came along and bolted the routes and left courtesy rugs for ropes (high flooded area). It was perfect. We started on the shaded wall where it was a bit chilly but we outsmarted the brick and had hand warmers in our chalk bags!
I will be honest I felt a little funny climbing ...
... a couiple of days, Grant sneaked away at night to move to Petersburg...I did shoot some video of this battlefield so that I can remember what its like.
It is worth noting, that most brigades, on both sides, were raised locally and fought with geographical neighbours. When there was a particularly brutal part of the battle, you could find that a small town lost over 50% of its male population in one afternoon. After this war the US Army started recruiting regiments on ...
... not coming home.
The manner that the battles were described by enlisted and conscripted soldiers was very eloquent and touching. The poetic nature that they described the horror they were viewing gave a deep insight into the ugly nature of war. Especially those wars that were fought at such close range. Only yards, not miles, separated the warring parties and, more often than not, was ...