Sleep Inn & Suites Monticello
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... she already knew).
Around midnight I heard lots of yelling and exclamations. Shortly thereafter,Betsy walked in with the cash spilling out of her pocket. She was the big winner! The wives of the men, who I met the next weekend at a joint family camping trip, were all thrilled to have a woman beat their husbands. Several of them said, "you know, our husbands are really competitive." I just smiled and said, "you haven't met Betsy, have you?."
... no fuss. Even the security people are joke steers. Dad and I are sitting and waiting, using our iPads like we know. What we are doing . There are a few things I still can't figure out on this . Wondering when I send this if I am sending double copies?... Next communication will be from the hotel. Love. ...
"You're so heavy. Are your bones made of concrete" Sharon talking about Margaret gaining weight but not getting fatter "Jump his bones" Deprived Margaret about Isabelle's romantic wrestler athlete story "He's carrying a torch for you" Margaret using funny old fashioned phrases "Teragram" Margaret's drunk alter ego "Yhtak" my drunk alter ...
We done a day trip to the historic village of Harpers Ferry which borders 3 states. A great little place for lunch and packed with tourists.
The next day we took a quick ride up to West Virginia so I could tick another state off on my bike then we headed for Shenandoah National Park and Skyline Drive.
Had an amazing ride along the ridge of the mountains with stunning fall scenery. Even saw a couple of baby bears in a tree which caused the usual 'bear jam'. ...
... you can see the museum and buy tickets for the various attractions in the area, including Ashlawn (later called Highland), the home of Jefferson's friend James Monroe; and the Michie Tavern, providing food and lodging since 1784.
A shuttle bus takes you to the top of the steep hill (Monticello is Italian for "little mountain") where the tour of the house begins. Jefferson was fascinated ...