Quality Suites Hunt Valley
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Well, not much construction news in this one, folks. Took five days off for Thanksgiving and ran up to the DC area for the annual gathering of the clan.
Drove up Wednesday with son Alex in my Honda Odysey.. He has been working with us at Habitat Tuscaloosa through the AmeriCorps National program. It is great that he was able to help out on the (ugh!) 15 hour drive. Left at 530 Wednesday morning and got ...
... the Lynnhaven River. On the way into the restaurant we stopped to admire two huge fish that were being weighed on the dock. They were Cabio fish, caught in the Atlantic Ocean. We were told by the two proud fishermen that they had put up quite a fight.
After another delicious breakfast we said goodbye to Linda and continued our travel to Charlottesville, Va. That area was the home to three U.S. presidents, Jefferson, Madison, ...
... we have tickets for on Wednesday. I also managed to pick up some nice smelling Yankee candle look a likes for gen for only $1. After our shop we got a cinnamon sugar pretzel from aunty Anne's which was in Walmart. They were absolutely delicious and a nice treat before going outside and standing in the rain again! We got the bus back and got a little bit wet walking back to the ...
... see their land (America) as Turtle Island because of its shape (yet to figure this out). When she was a little girl, she actually used to dance around a fire at special ceremonies. Carol added that she had Irish and African American blood as well, but considered herself Native. Although it had elements of kitsch, there was something soulful and poignant about this pow wow, reflected on the faces of the somber faced ...
... Spring Lane, and, of course, Mainfield Ave after all these years. The neighborhood looked surprisingly similar to what I remembered, albeit significantly more "worn out" (not necessarily run down, just older and "tired"). Our house, itself, looked to be in pretty good shape (painted white now), much better and different than what's on Google Maps Street View, the last time I looked. But the yard was really overgrown with bushes and young trees ...