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Today was a crazy day. I rode through a town called Upperville about 20 miles out of Winchester which was very cool. It was out in the middle of a bunch of really well landscaped horse properties. The middle of town was full of really old stone and brick buildings that were from the 1800's that still had people living in them. About 25 miles from Upperville I rode into Shantilly which got crazy. There were cars everywhere and the traffic was heavy for about 25 ...
... Jason in his element, but Hamish even more excited, buzzing around like a gnat. By the end, we were pretty "avianted" out, that's saying something for the Wallers. Train back to hotel. Girls went shopping, boys chilled in the room.Then, finished the day with dinner at Hooters! It was a four to one vote against, but the "one" held a majority position by virtue of knowing how to use google ...
Set off for a leisurely trip on Amtrak from Penn station to Washington . NYC was hot but DC ,( get the jargon ? ) much hotter about 38 deg. & very humid We met our landlady after a bit of a wait a very nice apartment awaited us centrally placed and an easy walk to all the attractions . We walked down to the National Mall for a look at the capitol building , Washington memorial
Smithsonian from a distance ,then down to the ...
... end up in landfill Sites. Approx. 80% comprises PP, PVC, PET, PP and PS.
On the recycling side of the issue, its interesting to note that India was one of the famous dumping ground for recycled plastics from other parts of the world. Its hard to believe but until very recently recycled plastics from the west was dumped in India for processing while India was not able to process its own plastic waste, some of ...
... because of the owner after Jefferson who kept everything exactly as he had it. Very lucky!
The tour took an hour. Well worth it, as I say. Then we were free to roam the grounds. While many took the garden tour, I walked the roughly quarter mile to the Monticello Graveyard. That's a story in and of itself. Jefferson and a young friend loved the spot so much they decided they both wanted to be buried on that spot. Jefferson buried ...