Knights Inn - Ruther Glen
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... However, I am not and it made me uncomfortable. Owell it was cute how excited they got.
Later we moved to another buttress that was super easy and short but it was cool because you could climb to the top and just hangout and look over the river. We agreed it would be the perfect place to watch a meteor shower with absolutely no tree cover! Some day that will happen.
Always cool to find hidden crags :)
... she opened door and saw the lady in their bed...she thought that she was real....closed door..went back in hallway..saw no one so went back in and shock the lady to wake her only to find that she was made of towels!!! Blonde wig and Joanne clothes.....what neck? Really enjoyed the free time on boat watching the scenery as we go down the Rhine.....Joanne did go on a tour to the Botanical Gardens and enjoyed a really ice cold beer on ...
... 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 ...
... weekend; we could go to a drive-in." I said, let's move the butterfly count (it's just two of us, and we had scheduled it early anyway, due to my departure next Saturday to England), so half-an-hour later, having located a drive-in with movies we wouldn't pay to miss near enough a ballgame the next day, we threw some things in a bag, fed the cats, and took off for Haar's Drive-In in Dillsburg, PA. Leaving at 4, we would have no trouble making the 9:05 start time.
... were spectacularly choreographed classical dressage ridden to classical music. In both rides the Chief Rider was my favorite. He seemed to just sit there and his horse never took a misstep. Particularly in the Quadrille, his stallion exhibited the least tension and looked very happy in his job. I have seen better "technical" dressage - most recently when I was at the World Equestrian Games in 2010; however I have never seen such fantastic ...