Holiday Inn Express Lynchburg
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... who is clearly not a lazy bum but is clearly technically homeless. Some examples include: - Vicky and Peter Brunjes offering me a bed, dinner and home baked cookies because I went to high school with their son's wife. (Fun fact for McCombs readers: Jonathan Packard grew up in the same neighborhood and is a family friend) - checkout lady at CVS who declined to ring up my $8 bottle of sunscreen with my other items. When I asked about ...
We were up early-ish but got a later start than most in our hotel. Gates at the venue opened at 0600 and I was afraid everyone would be lined up to get in. So we waited. We left Charlottesville at 0900, arriving to our turn-off at 1000, but cops had it blocked. So we ended up going about 5 miles past the turn and back-tracking our way back to the line. ...
... service. Her mom has been attending this church since she was a child. Cheryl had also attended church year as a child during the summer months. After the service we celebrated Cheryl's mom's, Mary's, 90th birthday in the fellowship hall. Lots of Cheryl's family were there. Cheryl had not seen, nor had I, seen these family members in years. For me it's been over 35 years. I'm sure Cheryl will post some pictures at some point. Monday morning, we will be picking ...
... and explained a lot about the track and how things work there. We saw several horses working out on the grass track and the dirt track.
After leaving the track we went to the Louisville Slugger factory in downtown Louisville. The big bat leaning against the building weighs 68,000 pounds. at the factory tour was most interesting.
We were able to watch the difference between turning a bat on a lathe to following an ...
... line, you won the war. Grant knew it and finally hog tied Lee by capturing all the railroads. This is a historic rail line in Appomattox. The surrender of General Lee occurred at the residence of Wilmer McLean, not the Appomattox Court House as most believe.
Ok, we are now officially hooked on National Historical Parks, www.nps.gov. We picked up a National Parks Passport Book and collected our first official park stamp. We will have ...