Holiday Inn Petersburg North - Fort Lee
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... and speciality stores. We did call in to bar in the vicinity where the barmaid insisted we take two glasses to remind us of our visit to Richmond. That evening we found a lovely place called the Franklin Inn with some tables outside, it was a balmy evening after some afternoon rain and was most enjoyable. I won't bore you with the details of our supper, but must mention a type of food we had never come across before, called 'Hushpuppies'. After ...
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... Teardrop Trailer today. I think I saw a tear run down James' cheek as Chuck pulled away with her.
My dad and mom hooked up their camper this evening. They have offered their couches to Noah and CD just in case the weather forecast is accurate and it is 39 there as the low this weekend. What great parents!
... most spectacular overlooks. The people of Richmond are something else all together; they drawl slow in that distinguished southern gentry kind of way, and are slow to forgive. The James River brings the folk of Richmond together, they soak in its water, lay out on its rocks, ride it rapids, and they are probably one of the only groups of people that mixes alcohol with class 5 rapids. River Rats. I’ve always been somewhat of ...
I left Munich at about 11:00 a.m. and arrived at Dulles Airport in northern Virginia at 3:30 p.m. It was a long flight. Ironically, the young man seated next to me on the plane was in the Army. He had not been home for two years. As I chatted with him I couldn't help but think about the young men who died on the beaches at Normandy. He was ...