Hampton Inn & Suites Richmond/Virginia Center
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... my amazing husband worked on toilets, dryers, and anything else that had broken since the last time we were at Mom's. We ended the day with a Mexican feast at El Azteca in Ashland. Love some nachos and margaritas.
Sunday - We sat around at Mom's. I broiled some steaks, smashed some potatoes, and had a salad at lunch. Aunt Em arrived from church in time to join us. After lunch, Will, Haley and Reagan returned to eastern ...
Thursday, August 21, 2014 Truck 72,949 Trip 12,940
It was a short drive into the Great Commonwealth; Virginia. We picked up route 460 just outside of Roanoke, Virginia. Great kudzu-draped slopes flanked both sides of the road. In some places where the trees were covered, it almost looked like a green castle. Bud needed a nap, there was no place to stop, I drove 100 miles of rolling southern Virginia countryside! I know, ...
... had a late lunch at the restaurant there. We were feeling adventurous so we had alligator for starters, followed by catfish for Sherrie and bison burger for Peter. The food was yummy, who knew that alligator meat has a fishy consistency? The waitress was nice, she was originally from Ipswich. However she was new and the conversation quoted above did actually happen. To commemorate his burger, ...
... him. When Davis wrote his memoirs, even he couldn't tell which bits he'd written and which bits he'd dictated to her...
Davis didn't believe in punishing his children as it would stifle enthusiasm, so the children became the talk of the town and had the run of the house.
Davis had one slave, who ran off in 1864, one German Gardner, one Irish Cook and one live-in nanny.
36 hrs after Davis left his house, Lincoln visited ...
... tries to deny the Vet entry with the dog, there is a $50,000 fine.
This dog, Axel, came from an organization called K9s for Warriors. It is a family run operation in Florida. The president takes no salary, and they use rescue dogs. Ninety-one cents on the donated dollar goes to the vets and the dogs. It costs $10,000 per dog ...