Hampton Inn Petersburg - Ft. Lee
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... the fluid in my ear has been leaking through the hole in my ear drum and runs down my face. At this time of year, you get a good tutorial on all the candidates who run for local political office in the middle of nowhere. If Bill Caoda has even half the work ethic and political skills as his marketing campaign would suggest, he would probably make a very competent township supervisor. Whether he would be honest or crooked is TBD. Right next to the trail I saw ...
... took us to a spot (we opted for grass so it wouldn't be as hot) but nothing was marked so it was sort of take what you want. Terry had to go back to the motorhome and get our cover so we could put it up to be sure that we had a spot when we get here Saturday.
Back to the store and motorhome to rest, clean and wash clothes!!
SATURDAY May 16 - We weren't in a rush to get inside since it is ...
... on. So these two buildings are engulfed by the Hospital. But they do still stand.
The museum contains artifacts and info on battles, officers, life of soldiers, impact on civilians. Several of the artifacts had apparently been loaned to Gettysburg for display for the 150th anniversary of the battle there. There was a new exhibit about the battle of Gettysburg that had been added recently.
We went on the tour of the ...
After sleeping in until at least noon, we get up and head to brunch, or I guess lunch, with Norby at Joe's Inn. They have an amazing selection of beer and huge portions of food, which we think we’ll need for tonight’s baseball game. As soon as Lovette’s out of work, we grab our raincoats and walk to the stadium. The Richmond Flying Squirrels are the AA Minor League team for the San Francisco Giants and their motto is "Gooooo Nutz!!!!"…so we do…for two innings, ...
... in the middle of the intersections. Statues are of Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, & J.E.B. Stuart.
We then went to the capitol of the Commonwealth of Virginia. It was designed by Thomas Jefferson in the early 1800’s. Richmond is the third capitol of Virginia. The first was Jamestown, and the second was Williamsburg. The current capitol is a Roman design. It does have a dome in ...