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Travel Blogs from Lynchburg
... about 3 AM and I am at the hotel for the night.
It is time for me to try and go to bed now!
Thanks to everyone that has helped me go on this trip! It has been such a great month.
Also, thanks to everyone that has read my blog! I'm glad that I could share my experiences with you all. I can't wait to get home and to New Jersey so that I can see everyone!
See you all soon!
... to each other :) , Star Gazer and her husband waited patiently for us to finish! As soon as we finished talking, I walked about 100 feet and caught a black snake....of course his wife ran forward to snap photos! Heading down the hill it was hot as all hell out, sweat dripping everywhere, and things sticking to areas they shouldn't be......but, as soon as I started cursing the heat......another black snake, and I forgot all about the miserable heat. This snake ...
... group but us.
Our bags got checked to Melbourne, and we got moved past security.
Unfortunately, flights are not that exciting unless the plane crashes. (Usually. There are other exciting flights, but they're not my stories.)
We had some turbulence from the Richmond to Detroit flight, and from Detroit to L.A.
I saw the Grand Canyon, and I flew to the West Coast. Two big ticks off the bucket ...
This place is located in Natural Bridge VA area. The place is huge and the animals are running wildly. Your car will need a good detailing afterward because of the drooling, the foods spilling, animals licking on the windows, everywhere basically. Everyone in my family had a blast from ...
... home on leave when his wife was dying (the officer subsequently quit and went home anyway), but on the other hand, he liked to play practical jokes on his wife, such as jumping out at her from behind the door brandishing his sword and scaring her half to death. He also traveled rather extensively in Europe and spent a lot of vacation time in New York. More cosmopolitan than one thinks of the average Confederate officer as being.