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... to notice, better than the ones down our way, which are cheaper and offer cheaper tastings. Nevertheless: we had a nice day. The weather was gorgeous—yet again (this might be the nicest week in a Virginia summer since we moved here)—and the scenery is gorgeous. I’ve posted lots of photos with descriptions, so have a look.
We ate dinner at the restaurant in the Blackthorne Inn (not to be confused with ...
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- The boys come and live in homes of various members of the community, and the teams depend entirely on community effort to exist. The tickets are sold out of a tin box by someone whose husband is in charge of the grounds crew. Local businesses feed the boys before each game. One neighbor cooks the hot dogs in the concession stand while another sells t-shirts at the "gift shop." Here are some things I observed directly at ...
... to Amish country and the Hershey factory tomorrow.
As I finish this blog (really too late to be awake!) I am so thankful! I am thankful for the opportunity to spend this time as a family, thankful for two wonderful children, and thankful for a great husband and father. I'm thankful Tommy pours into his children his time, energy, knowledge and love. I can go to sleep in the Walmart parking lot one happy lady! ...
... the Blackberry shakes, a older thru-hiker came along, he hiked the trail back in 1974. He came up this way for a reunion of thru-hikers from his year. He told us a story about how his buddy was shot to death at the beginning of his thru-hike, and showed us a photo of himself, with two other thru-hikers......one of which was the one killed. Cool guy, great stories! After eating, and taking a "***** shower", we headed North - and was greated by a Ring-neck snake, which ...
... included "scorched earth" tactics which meant destroying crops, homes--just about everything.
Strangely, the Shenadoah Valley, despite its historic importance doesn't feel like much of a breadbasket today--mostly pastures and clumps of forest... little of the mass farming I saw up in the Cumberland Valley and Gettysburg area.
I reach the town of Strausburg, which has a low key feel--few big mansions here. It does have ...