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Left Front Royal at 4:45pm to meet Brian & Cleo in Manassas for a bon voyage dinner. At 5:15 we realized Dave left his phone at home. WOW!! Who would have thought Dave would forget his phone, now that's something I would do!!! So back to Front Royal we went in the pouring rain.I love an adventure!! Just finished dinner ! Thanks Brian & Cleo! Off to the airport. Leave at 10:25 pm arrive in Dublin 11:30am Sat. 10/10/15. Next blog Sat. Night. Love you ...
Headed to Shenandoah National Park for some exploration and fun. After visiting the Visitor's Center and getting our passport stamped, we headed to a short 1 mile hike on Lands Run which ends at a falls. Mousse loved to walk in the stream - he had a blast. Sheila and I did well on the first part of the hike since it was downhill. On the way back, we didn't like it much. We also had a lunch ...
... my Dad. Dad would have loved to have met Mousse. After visiting my dad, we explored other areas of the cemetery. On our way from my dad's grave we viewed a funeral - there was a horse drawn carriage with the flag dropped casket. I couldn't tell if it was a active soldier being buried.
Then we headed into the Washington Mall area. We parked near Pennsylvania Ave - a ...
... in at least one instance, where the throw was way over the head of the third baseman). Some bad base-running: guy on second took off too soon on a ground ball to the shortstop and was tagged out, leaving a runner on first instead of second, and some good base-running; Royals got one of their runs when a runner on third came home on a ground ball to the shortstop. Shortstop played it right—fielded the ball, looked the runner back, threw to ...
... 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 ...