Knights Inn - Ruther Glen
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Organized the house-sitter and then headed out for a short trip to North Carolina for a ballgame and a drive-in. Leaving with a certain amount of trepidation, since the weather forecast is not auspicious: 80% chance of rain at game time tonight in Hickory, ...
... meal last night that the chef comes out nightly to see if we enjoyed. We then proceeded to the lounge where we have had the pleasure of a great one man bad..he plays the good ole rock and roll....beach. Country, and numerous others.. Loved Celebration, YMCA, Sweet Caroline, Rocky Top, proud Mary. I hope that all of you had the pleasure of seeing Bob's new lady that found her way to his bed, wearing Joanne's jacket.. When Joanne went ...
... flanks on day one, Grant sent 40,000 troops at the middle of Lee's line at a place called Bloody Lane. 22 hours of fighting left the dead bodies 5 high in places as each side fought hand to hand combat over a 200 yard frontal assault. Grant knew he couldn't win here so moved east toward Fredericksburg in an attempt to outflank Lee.
At the end of this running battle there were 27,000 casualties, (16,000 North and 12,000 ...
Thunderstorms rolled through our area on Thursday, knocking out power for a quarter million people, including us. Lights went out around 3:15, just as I was showing a caterpillar to the Ag Extension guy in Goochland (verifying that it was not Gypsy moth--perpetrator of massive defoliation in numerous Virginia counties, but not yet a problem in Goochland County--but rather Buck Moth, harmless in its adult form but delivers a nasty dose of poison in its caterpillar ...
... movement - and didn't seem to want to stop kicking once his moment in the spotlight was over! It felt like the Stallions had to be so jazzed up to perform these moves that it was sort of like keeping your finger on the end of a running garden hose - some of the energy burst out - even when you didn't exactly want it to.
My favorite parts were the Pas de Dux - or dance for two and the Quadrille (8 stallions performing together at one ...