Knights Inn Staunton/Verona
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We aren't going far since I can't drive far and have reservations at one of our favorite parks in Staunton VA.
We have come to this park for a long time but not so much in the past few years. The spots are shady and wide so you don't feel like your neighbors are looking in your windows and there is a stream that currently is deep enough to tube down. They also have a pool, miniature golf, bouncy bubble, fishing lake and Friday night music.
Came on back to the motor home and Jerry decided to take a nap. About 3:45 I decided to join him however I don't think I ever went to sleep. Just as I drifted off a big rig, an Allegra came in and for some reason decided he had to back his rig in his pull through. The thing beeped for about 10 minutes, enough to wake the dead.
We got up and decided we'd get groceries and ride through the University of Virginia. We ...
... religious freedom and the founder of the University of Virginia. After we treked back to the car and thankfully Jerry knew where it was, we ate our chips and drank our drinks and decided for sure to have sandwiches on Monday!
The next spot to visit was Michie's Tavern. We didn't want to eat but we did visit the shops. The General Store had a lot of interesting doodads and also a beer and wine tasting. The lady in ...
... Congress he was Jefferson's emissary to France and played a pivotal role in the Louisiana Purchase. He was also Secretary of State and Secretary of War under President Madison.
James Monroe was elected our fifth President in 1816, receiving over 80% of the electoral vote. He would serve two terms and is considered the last of the Revolutionary War Presidents, having served as an officer of the ...
... saving him many hours duplicating his work. This machine enabled his writings to be retained for eternity as all 20,000 of his writings were in duplicate or triplicate. Jefferson stated that the polygraph is the "greatest invention of all time".
Jefferson is recognized as the author of the Declaration of Independence. When asked where he got all his ideas that were included in the document he stated that he simply wrote what the people desired. What a humble ...