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This is just the "headed out blog" to anchor the trip on the map. Train was at 7:10; Tim very kindly offered to drive me to the station, in case parking was a problem (has been in the past, but they seem to have expanded the lot and it looks okay ...
... Unfortunately, Bob left Jane before the trip materialized, and she went in search of a friend to accompany her.
Surprisingly, Emily, who had recently become unattached, agreed to join her! We began planning in the Spring and grew increasingly excited as the date grew near.
... I 'helped' milk the cows once: a great experience but not sure it would be a sustainable one for me- having to get up at 5.45 every morning is tough.
The animals on the farm are all very diverse. Some are pets and some would like to be pets but the difference is known soon enough. The two farm cats are called Tom and Jerry. 'Farm' is a very loose description here as their farming contributions consist of catching the ocasional mouse and keeping company at the farm ...
... big red barns' were scattered here and there, with white wooden fences, rolling green hills and the ever present 'stars and stripes' of the American flag. After a few hours in Pennsylvania we passed through Maryland in a relatively short space of time and into West Virginia.
I was excited to see the vast Blue Ridge Mountains and pass through the Shenandoah Valley. This was a beautiful part of the trip and ...
... him. When Davis wrote his memoirs, even he couldn't tell which bits he'd written and which bits he'd dictated to her...
Davis didn't believe in punishing his children as it would stifle enthusiasm, so the children became the talk of the town and had the run of the house.
Davis had one slave, who ran off in 1864, one German Gardner, one Irish Cook and one live-in nanny.
36 hrs after Davis left his house, Lincoln visited ...