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... me, and one I will always remember.
Before heading back to the condo, I made another stop by the Virginia Capitol Building, which was used as the exterior of the White House in Steven Spielberg's motion picture "Lincoln." I also visited the U.S. Court of Appeals Courthouse because it housed the offices of the Confederate government during the War. Jefferson Davis's presidential office was located on the first floor, and, after the War, a federal ...
... Capital after the Union seized it, held a conference with his military commanders in the exact same room. Though there were much grander rooms in the house he could have used, Lincoln, for some reason, was drawn to that one yet had no knowledge Davis had used it last. Stories about history intersecting like that awe me.
The Museum of the Confederacy contained much awe, as well. Housing the largest collection of ...
... 8217;d flown a thousand times.
After collecting our bags and rental car, we drove to the condominium that Michelle had rented for the trip. For almost $200 less than a nice hotel room would have cost us over the length of our stay, Michelle found us a two bedroom condo in the historic section of Richmond. It is located directly across from one of Richmond’s largest parks, and the front alcove of the ...
We are tending to our last few details in preparation for our flight on Saturday morning. There was a slight scare this morning when we found out that the FAA had cancelled all flights with United Airlines, but were relieved that it was only for one hour and now all flights are up and running. Please keep us in your prayers as we look forward to this experience with our Christian brothers and sisters in El Salvador. We know that God is going to do something ...
... roadsigns and landmarks as we drew closer because she'd been here before. We crossed the James River (quite a bit smaller than the Murray River, in volume at least) and saw signs for Huguenot Trail, turned off our GPS and became even more excited that we were so close. Pulling up to the sign and driveway for Adelaide Hills Farm we were thankful to God for having been brought here safely and also very happy to have arrived.