Courtyard By Marriott Suffolk Chesapeake
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Starting the day by getting up at 3:30am. This may be normal for Mary but this is way too early for this old guy. Flight is on time so far to Dallas. Meeting the Z's in Dallas. They too had a really early morning. I thought vacations were set up to allow one to catch up on sleep. Well doesn't matter since we are on our way to ...
... seed of an idea was sewn. With kids still at school,
family holidays to plan etc etc it could only be a pipe dream for a while. But
before you knew it Craig had a big map of the USA on the wall, pins were being
stuck into towns and the seed had started to germinate.
Last year we had a wonderful trip – a 2 week journey from Virginia Beach to
……..well, Virginia Beach – which ...
... of the sort of pissheads we’d be sharing the communal bathrooms at the site with. We agreed it was best to adapt to the situation, talk about English and American football and keep our heads down. It wasn’t long before we surrounded ourselves with people we actually wanted to give the time of day to. A portly African American chap gave us a few tips on picking up ‘US chicks’, and reminded us to keep our beach beers from the ...
... on Williamsburg’s cloth manufactory started in 1776. The factory was built on the banks of Queens Creek in York County, just a stone’s throw from Williamsburg city limits. Local newspaper advertisements indicate that linen and hempen cloth were being produced there by 1777."
Using everything from flowers to insects, nature provided the colors used in dyes. Wool is the easiest fabric to dye. The weavers ...
Yesterday was a complete success on all fronts. We managed to get everything in the camper that we hadn't sold or given to friends and family. Then came the big test - pulling up the stabilizer jacks and hitting the highway!
The inaugural voyage found us cruising along with ease, no strain on the truck. When we weighed in at the local weigh station we were only 120 pounds over our "max" weight, which we both agreed was good enough for government work ;) And to top ...