Hilton Garden Inn Lynchburg
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... of sprawling meadows in the Shenandoah Valley. It got hot again from noon-5 but I took longer breaks then in AC. I look forward to the coming cool weather because it allows me the extra energy to practice my solo singing skills. For the last 4 days the primary thoughts on the road were breath and don't pass out until pulling over. People have been super nice. I don't know if it's the bicycle, or needing but not asking for, or just ...
Evelyn, Donna, Adair, Cheryl, Nat, Lynn, Robin, Ann Fri-Sunday Shared room with Robin. Enjoyed the outdoors. Still trying to feel accepted by the group. Especially with Mona and Evy. The outdoors were goregous but kept getting pulled out by the constant talking and hypotheticals. Little disappointed in Lynn ...
... was to go Napa Auto Parts to get some plastic elbows and clamps just in case I need to cut the hoses and splice them on the road. They were also very knowledgeable and helpful. Also, washed the truck. As I did not really know my way around, it was nice that all stops were relatively close to each other. Arby's makes a pretty mean Reuben as well. Then back to the trailer to tend to the dogs and take a ...
Long travel day today, got in at 3:45pm. Was actually on Blue Ridge Parkway for little bit, then it got REALLY interesting. LOVE this campsite. We are actually sitting outside voluntarily at 4pm and enjoying it. Still humid but wonderfully cooler. Fireflies! Babbling brook sounds soooo ...
... diverse student body than I would have expected with a significant number of Asians and African-Americans around. I probably ought to have gone for a drive around campus in the morning.
Just outside of Lynchburg is an interesting place I had never heard of until I started researching places for this trip. Poplar Forest was Thomas Jefferson’s retreat home about 60 miles from Monticello, a place he also designed himself where he could retreat ...