Quality Inn & Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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This is it!! The last Day in East Beach for 3 weeks! I'm so excited to explore America and see what I've been missing. I'll blog along the way.
Our first stop was Virginia Military Institute, in Lexington Va, where my brother went ...
... and explained a lot about the track and how things work there. We saw several horses working out on the grass track and the dirt track.
After leaving the track we went to the Louisville Slugger factory in downtown Louisville. The big bat leaning against the building weighs 68,000 pounds. at the factory tour was most interesting.
We were able to watch the difference between turning a bat on a lathe to following an ...
... a ways, eventually turning left to get on Gunter Ridge Trail (#8). In a short ways, we turned left to follow Belfast Trail (#9) down. All along this trail, we saw a number of beautiful crested dwarf irises blooming right along the trail. I have found some of these flowers in various locations over the past couple weeks, but they were all a light blue color. These irises today were a much deeper purple color and quite beautiful. About a mile from the turn, we headed ...
Funeral of Gen. Robert E. Lee, October 1870
Below is a transcription of a request submitted by Virginia Military
Institute cadets to VMI's Superintendent Francis H. Smith to serve as
honor guard after death of General Robert E. Lee.V.M. Institute
October 14, 1870 We
the undersigned ...
... br> Jackson neither apologized for nor spoke in favor of the practice of slavery. He probably opposed the institution. Yet in his mind the Creator had sanctioned slavery, and man had no moral right to challenge its existence. The good Christian slaveholder was one who treated his servants fairly and humanely at all times. Jackson owned several slaves but was known to be a 'good master'.
Jackson was revered by many of the African-Americans in ...