Days Inn Carmel Church/Kings Dominion
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... of a bolted brick wall. It was a new sensation compared to other rock types. But I got over it and it was actually pretty sweet. I am not the best at fingerlocking and you bet your butt there was a variety of that. We did a few routes before a group of child spectators came along and through me off focus. Chit chatting and awkwardly watching me. Lee is a guide for summer camps so he is used to that kind of ...
... from one called the Wilderness. The whole area is known as the Wilderness as very little could be grown there and its full of humps and hollows, peat, marshes and boggy ground. Also the soil is very mineral rich with iron and even gold found in great quantities.
Had a nice drive in the pouring rain and a couple of treks to get better views.
Also stopped at a coffee shop and was mistaken for a Russian!!!!!!
... without power (thank you interactive map at Virginia Dominion's website, accessed from work on Friday), which meant we were the bottom of the priority list. Last time that happened was Hurricane Isabel in 2003, and we were without power for six days. No power at our house means no well, as the pump is electric. Bad scene.
When I arrived home, released for the summer, at around 2:30 bearing dry ice for the freezer and fridge, Tim said "Too bad it's ...
... the scene, not just watching it."
That is correct, and you do get a fair share of everything: rain, smells, heat, cold, noise, ... All the impressions are much more vivid and in addition you can be more spontaneous in where and when you stop or ...
... movement - and didn't seem to want to stop kicking once his moment in the spotlight was over! It felt like the Stallions had to be so jazzed up to perform these moves that it was sort of like keeping your finger on the end of a running garden hose - some of the energy burst out - even when you didn't exactly want it to.
My favorite parts were the Pas de Dux - or dance for two and the Quadrille (8 stallions performing together at one ...