Days Inn at Kings Dominion
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From Gettysburg to Richmond on a Civil War Day. Peter is an avid reader of Civil War history and his interest has rubbed of on all of us. On to Sharpsburg/Antietam Creek Battlefield. We visited the sunken road and Burnside's Bridge. A very peaceful, much more contained area than Gettysburg and yet the more casualties were suffered here in one day than any other military day with some 23,000 ...
... Iron Works building, stroll through the famous Shockoe Slip and Shockoe Bottom areas of the city, and get to see Zombies stroll. However, the most important part of our stay in this lovely southern city is the time we got to spend reconnecting with our son and family.
"Family is not an important thing. It's everything."
Michael J. Fox
Onward and upward, we head for the shores of South Carolina.
Casey & ...
... next year. I really don't know why they didn't go this year...this guy "saved" the fair, he didn't make it go bankrupt, the fair association did! He did get a heck of a deal on the property!
Our favorite feature of the fair this year was the tri-state high school rodeo finals. We really enjoyed watching those kids compete.
It was a great way to end our extended vacation!
... and an early arrival (by about 35 minutes) into SFO. We ran into no real problem, in fact, until we got into the car to drive to Berkeley.
We've been out of the Bay Area for going on 30 years now, and, let me tell you, one loses the knack. For one thing, California drivers are vastly more aggressive and rude than Virginia drivers (about whom I complain endlessly), and for another, the traffic is a nightmare. We arrived at a rather unfortunate hour, ...
... it highly if you have not seen it!): most of these sites come into existence as a result of one person's deciding that something is important and then organizing a larger or small campaign to get it done. This is just as true of the huge National Parks as it is of the tiny memorials, such as the one we saw today. There is no vision actively planning the NPS and deciding what gaps in American scenery or history need filling--there ...