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... rusty. Today will take us six hours south to Lexington, Virginia. This is just a pit stop until tomorrow when we drive seven hours to a suburb of Atlanta called Suwanee, Georgia. After that, things get real. Here's a quick breakdown of the trip:
1) One night in Lexington, Virginia to explore the local Howard Johnson and all the cultural insight it has to offer.
2) One night in Suwanee, Georgia...because ya know....who wants to ...
I have put 284 of my favorite pictures from Hawaii on iCloud.
to see the pictures follow this link: https://www.icloud.com/photostream/#A6G rq0zwGCOUBl
I spent a lot of time putting titles on the pictures so they would be self explanatory but somewhere along the way, Apple ignored the titles ...
... that are significant and would be considered a waterfall on their own. Slowly, we made our way up along the waterfall. The going was slow because there was a lot of stops to view the waterfall, but also the going was treacherous in some places. A thick layer of ice covered the trail in spots, including a few places on stairs. This made the hiking a little tricky. A combination of careful footing and a little butt-sliding allowed us to safely cross the many ...
Sandy had to be back at work on Saturday, so we left Pennsylvania Friday morning. Given holiday traffic, we decided to avoid I-95 and take I-81 south instead. It would add a little distance but potentially save a lot of hassle if I-95 was backed up. We stopped for breakfast at Dunkin Donuts before hitting the road. Although there was much snow in the ground still ...
... African-American writer and educator. Honestly, though, there’s not much there other than a few reconstructed slave cabins and barns and it was too gorgeous of a day to spend any time watching a film in the small visitor center.
The drive on route 40 from Ferrum to Woolwine was one of most wonderful in the East, 25 miles that took well over an hour on some of most winding road, over steep hills, and through remote feeling scenery. It ...