Courtyard By Marriott Richmond North/Glen Allen
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We passed some Canadian ...
... speech in 1775 at St. John's Church, and the passage of the Virginia Statue for Religious Freedom written by Thomas Jefferson. And, of course, it served as the capital of the Confederate States of America, during the civil war.
Richmond Fun Fact: Since 2005 Richmond and the area of Carytown hosts an annual Zombie Walk! Hey,what more could visitors want!
So with plenty to do and see, we enjoy the historic James river canal walk, see ...
... and these were very cute, prancing after their mothers with plaintive, high-pitched 'moos'!
The beef cattle were mostly black (sorry Pa, can't remember what breed!), some with white faces and a few little dark brown calves. Then there's the egg-laying hens: a chattering and curious group at the best of times. While I was at the farm, David and U.Alan picked up 80 more hens to add to the 30 they already had, although the new group were housed in the Michael designed ...
First time I ever hung out with Lee outside of the gym, we went to Richmond to watch the RiverRock competition and it was awesome! Those boulderer's kicked butt. the famous Sasha was there along with other climbing celebrities! It was on Brown's Isle ...
... Very elegantly decorated and well furnished as you'd expect. The entrance had two statues one of comedy and one of tragedy.. I saw some irony there!!! The organisation was almost comedic at times and it certainly was a tragedy, as the Davis family finished as poor as their people.
Some interesting stories.....
Davis' wife was an intelligent northerner and was looked down on by the Virginian society woman. She could hold her own ...