Quality Inn at Kingsmill
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... quiet town on this Monday evening.
Today we are relaxing at the dock, did a little grocery shopping, and enjoying the good internet service to catch up on correspondences. This is the furthest south we will go in this trip. We wanted to do more but will need to return another year to do that. We are heading back to the Great Wicomico River this afternoon and then onto Annapolis later in the week.
... the ride. Strangely, the riding wasn't the hardest part. For me, it was the daily logistics of packing cars, herding people, early-morning alarms, applying sunscreen and trying to stay fed and hydrated... I forgot to mention the constant battle of washing; both ourselves and our poor clothes.
Would I do the same trip again? Heck no! However, I'd do another bike trip, perhaps with shorter days and more luxury. For example, at ...
... colony, today a whole town live museum of history. Lots of activities for the kids, demonstrations of army gear.
... the famed Cape Hatteras. This is a stretch of sand with a few villages on it out in the Atlantic off the coast of North Carolina. It is at least 70 miles long, north to south, but much of it is only about a half mile wide. There is much history here, with Walter Raleigh’s first (unsuccessful) English settlement at the north end, as well as the setting for many Revolutionary and Civil War maritime and coastal battles. It is also the haunts of the ...
... that is slaves behave and follow the rules, they will be rewarded in heaven. This was read to the slaves at their arrival to Williamsburg. A lot of the slaved started converting to Christianity and some slaves even applied to court for their freedom. In one letter to the archbishop it stated that the enslaved were slaved brother to brother and sister to sister. This had two meanings to people: (1) marrying slaves to masters, (2) were all enslaved brother to brother and sister ...