Red Roof Inn & Suites Dover
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... Confederate POWs. Over 12,500 prisoners were housed there by August 1863. The first having arrived after the Battle of Kernstown in 1862.
The fort pentagon shaped and covers six acres with walls that vary in heights from seven to thirty feet and is surrounded by a mote. This fort was built using over 25 million bricks and solid granite ...
... bit unnerving. .....so I did it again.....and again. I think I conquered it. ....even if I did lose my sun glasses on the third over-confident go. (never fear, they were Walmart specials)
All in all, another GREAT DAY!
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When wireless is strong I will be uploading video/photos from our adventure, as well as having students sharing, in written word, what their experiences are.
Thank you for allowing your children to join us on this trip of a lifetime!
... for people who like to travel, but its easier to get to some places than others. The East and West Coasts of the USA are split, with very little cross-over between the two. The East coast Air Bases service Countries Across the Atlantic, and the West Coast Services the Pacific, so you see my dilemma as I have to go west, if I want to go East to Japan. Mind boggling! Dover, and Andrews are the best bases to make the trek across the Midwest. They Service multiple types ...
... stay up for day and rub Cammie paint out of my ears and eyebrows with a power washer have left me feeling somewhat normal and that this is what we do, I would say that Erika may have a slightly different perspective but I think this will be a good thing later in life when shes telling her kids to toughen up and the crazy stories about dear Grandpa and his crazy trips. Don't fret sports fans shes doing fine ...