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Long travel day today, got in at 3:45pm. Was actually on Blue Ridge Parkway for little bit, then it got REALLY interesting. LOVE this campsite. We are actually sitting outside voluntarily at 4pm and enjoying it. Still humid but wonderfully cooler. Fireflies! Babbling brook sounds soooo ...
... production line. In the automated production, a "billet" or rough piece of timber is placed into a feeder. there are metal molds that shape, and trim the billet into a bat for a particular model. The final process is the painting. There are various paint schemes that the individual ball players may use. Each bat is hand dipped to achieve the desired paint scheme.
We toured the museum and had our pictures taken with Derek ...
... Jerry complaining that we should have started earlier. I disagreed with him as I am really enjoying this pace of life and the "we'll go when we're ready feeling". On the way we discussed the "what if" - what if we were to ever buy another motor home and what would we want in in. Besides the five things already on our list such as 22" tires, fireplace, walk around bed, split bath and yep - one more thing that I can never think of - Jerry wants ...
... we got back to the campground I got my Kindle and went outside to read. A really nice gentleman walked by and when I spoke he began to talk and eventually just sat and visited with me. He was an elderly gentleman who lost his wife of 63 years in October. Apparently they have been RVing for a long time because after she died his granddaughter suggested that he buy a new motor home so he did. He ...
... to Harpers Ferry and the Shenandoah Skyline to stamp our Passbook.
The Appomattox story was unreal. We had the pleasure of a living tour with Infantry (blue stripes) Pvt Fields, told in 1865 vernacular. He was a twenty year old who survived the war and was stationed in the Provost Guard in Appomattox. Pvt Field was present when Lee surrendered the Army of Virginia to Grant. An hour, without notes, oratory that would wow the most ...