Extended Stay America - Chesapeake - Churchland Blvd.
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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 ...
... t sound that impressive. So, whilst it
was an amazing experience and a lot of miles were covered, the itch had not quite been scratched. And so here we go again. This time for 3 weeks. 4 good mates, who know each other pretty well by now, setting off to forge some new memories.
On Friday the Fultons on a 2007 Electraglide Ultraclassic
(callsign Bluebird) will set off from Virginia Beach to DC where they will ...
... yawn-worthy as expected (but then again we are a bunch of inquisitive young squires), and a couple of ships that looked like they’d been put together in the 90s. Hardly as historically impressive as Warwick castle, but we‘ll let them off.
Virginia Beach was waiting for our arrival and Trave-L-Park welcomed us with a swift $210 payment. A trip to the beach to relax and wind down was the perfect end to the day. The bus journey there gave us ...
... 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 ...
... turbulence and an autopilot hard-over that went to 90-degrees, and he barely flinched.
As our maintenance problems put our trip on hold, he kept a positive attitude. He helped when I needed it, and made himself scarce when I needed that. We spent 17 hours over two days at the hangar in Oneonta, and he did this without complaint.
I have never known another 10-year old with that kind of patience and understanding.