Holiday Inn Harrisonburg
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Jerry grilled hot dogs and I fried some french fries in the fry daddy We had homemade chilli, relish and onions and it was all good. Since we drank the last of the tea tonight I fixed another pitcher. I used the water we had brought but had to add a little of the campground well water. After dinner I went outside and read a bit and Jerry joined me after talking to Julie on the phone. After reading for a while we went for a walk ...
... apples from home. They were a little tart but that's all.
Our next trip was to the Barboursville Winery. Barboursville is only about 16 miles from Charlottesville but it's a pretty long winding road, pretty scenery though. On the way there Gypsy took us right through Charlottesville. The sign pointed toward Historic Charlottesville. Yeah - it was historic all right - not exactly the sites on the tourist trail. We ...
... checked in, ate and Tori swam for an hour. We are still fairly disorganized about packing and unpacking so I am beginning to feel more comfortable about being seen in public in my PJ's. Tori has no problem with it. We are supposed to be having a super moon but it looks fairly normal to ...
... up into West Virginia along the 'Country Music Highway' and the Big Sandy River, ending up in the state capitol, Charleston.
West Virginia is one of three US states that I had never set foot in (Alaska and North Dakota being the other two). I only had a vague concepts in my mind (coal, poverty, beautiful, wild). Though I didn't spend a lot of time there, Charleston seemed a prosperous and charming city, with at least one ...
It's going to be another warm and muggy day, so muggy that it about to rain. We arrive at Thomas Jefferson's home at 0845 hours in order to beat the heat and the crowds. The dogs are welcome on the grounds but not in the house so they will stay in the truck until we return. We are lucky and catch the first tour of the day.
The home originally sat on 5,000 acres of land. 2,000 have been recovered to date. Jefferson designed the original home making ...