Fairfield Inn & Suites Elkin / Jonesville
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... SO EXCITING!Hopefully we will get time to continue this blog during the next few weeks, but life will be considerably busier during this time, going from 2 of us to 17 traveling together (not in the van though!) Should be lots of fun.Anyway, that's enough from us, Bye for now, thanks for reading the blog, and we LOVE reading
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... are slim that I will get a stand-by seat, I will have to buy a last minute full fare ticket which will be about $600. Max and Michelle had a great 3 day visit to Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon and are traveling back to San Francisco today - just before President Obama flies into Las Vegas tonight! Good thing they are leaving before - a Presidential visit to any city is VERY disruptive because of all the extra security and traffic control that goes ...
... my dad is settled we don't want him to have to move as his needs change. They are all like 5 star resorts - beautifully decorated and with a huge number of activities to choose from and restaurant style meals. And if they don't like showers they are even offered the option of having a spa bath instead! We are concentrating on the level of care called "Assisted Living", but also want nursing home and "memory care (dementia / ...
Ceci a été une très belle journée
On a fait 600km sur le blue ridge aujourd'hui.
On a commencer a Front Royal par le skyline drive sur 100 miles.
On a ensuite embarquer sur le Blue ridge parkway pour un 2e 100 miles.
On est fatigué et on va se coucher dans quelques minutes.
Depart deman matin pour se rendre au Dragon Tail.
... Museum is an amazing collection of one man's photographs of the trains and people of the N&W railroad. Naturally no photography is allowed in the museum.
We headed out of town, back to the Blue Ridge Parkway, and Roanoke Mountain. There is a one-way four-mile loop road which takes you to the top of the mountain for views over Roanoke. Notices were posted saying the road was twisty and winding and no trailers ...