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... variety of chocolate under the sun. Even had a cadburys section, bought my first Double Decker in months. Went to a beautiful French Diner for some French cuisine. One of Helen's favourite places. Went next door after lunch to our first Thrift shop didn't live up to its ridiculously cheap clothes or the availability of big fur jackets. Went out in the evening to Helen's favourite restaurant La Grotto in ...
... with accurate records of the County including stuff about Sir Alexander Spottswood (Dodgy 18th century landowner), tobacco growth and of course the battle.
Also got mistaken for an Irishman. So far only one person I've met has recognised the accent, but they all seem to have been there or have some ancestry.
Jeez I'm glad today is passed and probably would have taken 2 days for these. The Rain didn't bother me too much.
... Ruther Glen and the restaurant was Giuseppe's Italian restaurant and pizzeria. We had minestrone, broccoli, and a very good pizza. We made it home around 3:30 PM and unpacked the car. We spent the rest of the day just getting back into a groove and awaiting the ...
... corner, and halfway down the ramp from the check-in desks. Those of you familiar with the Richmond airport can imagine the scene. Everyone flying was going to B gates--there wasn't a soul headed to the A concourse. Go figure. This must happen every morning, too, based on how the flights are scheduled. Who's in charge of this?????
To give them their due, they had three lines of people checking ...
... in road rage.
Very nice dinner provided promptly by Dad and Liz (since given the time change it was approaching our bed time). We're staying up to some reasonable west coast hour so that we don't wake up at 3 a.m.
Not too many plans for the week; we will see what transpires. Tomorrow, we will likely be heading to Albany Hill to see an aggregation of Monarch butterflies. That ought to be interesting; I've never seen one before. More, anon!