Holiday Inn Express Williamsburg North
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Starting the day by getting up at 3:30am. This may be normal for Mary but this is way too early for this old guy. Flight is on time so far to Dallas. Meeting the Z's in Dallas. They too had a really early morning. I thought vacations were set up to allow one to catch up on sleep. Well doesn't matter since we are on our way to ...
... Queue the production line. I was on scaling duties, Carole on cleanin duties, and roger on filleting duties. I think I came off the best, but i did manage to cut myself a few times on the sharp fins. Then it was back home after picking up some veggies and we cooked our catch for dinner while again sitting outside sharing stories over wine. We watched a few late comers finishing their golf rounds before the mosquitoes started eating us alive and we called in a ...
... irrelevant details have since somehow escaped my mind). Once our golf was finished we went to Rogers house on lake while he sorted some stuff out. He did however bring out his gun and told Carole and I to go nuts on the squirrels. Despite not seein any, we shot a few trees and things like that. We went back and had a delicious dinner outside on the porch and saw some bats and hummingbirds while we watched the sun go down. More of the same this evening, more wine and more catch ...
I caught the metro to union station after saying bye to Vlad and went and met up with Caroline at her hostel. We bought some snacks for our journey and then walked to the bus station and got on our bus to richmond, VA.
When we arrived we realised how far we were from the town centre, and as we only had a few hours, decided to give exploring a miss. We werent gonna spend the whole day in the ...
... under Christ.
Many slaves in 1767 went to school to help educate them. This shocked and surprised us both. We found out the schooling of slaves completely depended on the location of the colony.
We learned a story about George Wythe, who was a slave owner, and very wealthy. George Wythe Sweeney, who was the nephew of George Wythe, wanted all his riches when he passed away. When George Wythe’s wife passed away, he freed all his slaves. Lydia, his kitchen ...