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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 3 years you got three month’s pay in advance: a whopping $20. We also got a lesson in troop discipline. Minor offenders usually had to wear a sign around their neck displaying their offense: Insubordinate, Sloven, Gambler, Thief, etc. Harsher punishment was in one of two forms: the Horse: the offender would strip down to his underwear and straddle a tall wooden horse, in such manner that his feet did not touch the ground. The seat of the horse was ...
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Today presented us with 3 lighthouses - one of the things we came to this part of the world to see. All of them were in old historic forts. The Cape Henry lights are in an active Naval base. It was a scream to watch Brian go through the paces of their security check - passport, drivers licence, registration papers, vehicle check - keys on the dashboard, all doors open, boot (trunk) and bonnet (hood) up and both of ...
... charm of Gold Coast in the mid 60's and looks like the last coat of paint came at the turn of the century (refer photo). We toured the base today and are in awe. Annual payroll is USD19Billion! At any time 46,000 sailors are there with 124,000 based there, but obviously many deployed. It serves the Atlantic Fleet, and hence we Australians generally know little, because we are focussed on the Pacific. Her Take on Day 2: Aka So ...
... a complete surrender. The Terms of Surrender were decided at the Moore house, about a mile away. (We toured this restored house, which is located on the banks of the York River.) Washington also insisted that the British troops would be denied "the honors of war", which included marching to the field of surrender in full military regalia, with drums and fifes playing. With a touch of irony, Washington denied this request because a couple of years earlier ...
... towering bridge & then barges & cranes galore. These are Beau’s home waters so he knew exactly where to steer our craft. He could hear his work buddies on the radio & was able to tell me when he recognized a voice, which was just about every 5 minutes. Passing the Purdue factory was like passing 18,000 buckets of fried chicken. Then we saw the “Welcome to Norfolk” sign & I went down below to grab my camera in ...