Quality Inn at Kingsmill
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... his own hair. At lunch they jokingly told us that they would accept the girl's hair as payment. Katelyn's hair could have bought us a lot of meals back in that time! It was a hot day and we couldn't imagine how miserable it would have been living back then with all the layers of clothes they wore along with the wigs and hats.
We're on the road again tomorrow headed to our nation's ...
Supercharged in Glen Allen, VA and Woodbridge, VA. Both nice chargers - Glen Allen featured lots of stores and restaurants including a Cold Stone Creamery where we treated ourselves to some great ice cream. Woodbridge was not a necessary stop but we decided to top off so we could have maximum charge when getting into DC tomorrow. Besides, we are not in a rush and enjoyed the stop.
I know, the burning question here is, "Did I get to see 'Miss Congeniality'?" No. The screws don't even own the movie. Sad (not sad that they don’t own the move; it’s sad that I even know about that movie).
I felt much better, but I was still very tired. I suggested to Barbara that she go into Colonial Williamsburg by herself, because if she waited for me, she may never get a chance to see it. She was not ...
... island that had great numbers of pelicans and other seabirds.
The towns of Ocracoke and then Hatteras were quaint enough… big new houses up on stilts, and a few small cottages gradually being taken over by grass and sand. There were small shops, many catering to summer tourists, and a good number of sport fishing boats coming and going. We did watch as one of the boats unloaded at least a half dozen marlin… 2 to 3 ft long.
We are camped ...
... Another interesting man we learned about was Matthew Ashby, he was the son of a white mom and black dad. This was not very common during this time. The mother was accused of breaking the law. Her punishment was for her son, Matthew, to become an indentured servant for 31 years and work for the Church of England. Once he was free, he continued to work to make enough money to buy his wife and child who were born into slavery. He paid 150 pounds for ownership of them. Once they ...