Alexander House Inn & Hostel
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... to go up to your room and some guy got on the elevator and then closed the door in our faces. Thanks a lot! I won't print the name that Ben called him...
Ben - Hat shopping with Julia - he wasn't happy to wait while Julia found the perfect cowboy hat.
Krista - I'm super sick of air conditioning and French fires. I love French fries and I just can't look at another one. ...
... Jefferson died, he was, for all intents and purposes, bankrupt and deeply in debt to the tune of $100,000 in 19th Century money. The entire estate and everything in it had to be sold within six months of Jefferson's passing in order to settle his debts, so it is even more impressive that they have been able to assemble his belongings once again. I noted to Michelle that the foundation that runs Monticello should certainly have plenty of money to spend since ...
We are trying not to throw everything in the truck on Wednesday morning like crazy maniacs. So we started laying things out and making lists Friday night. We have all the pieces of the boat and the canopy and the tent. Laundry is in the works. Who knows how we will get everything to ...
... and erudition rather than ostentatiousness or grandiosity. Unfortunately, because some of the furnishings in the house are on loan from private owners, inside pictures aren’t permitted at Monticello. One unique design feature Jefferson included in Monticello involved concealing the usually unsightly work areas which he called dependencies - kitchens, smokehouse, storage rooms, stables, coach room, some servants quarters – underneath the house so ...
... the mountains and canyons will always be the same. I assume they will be calling me again someday.
I will dearly miss Yellowstone and my friends from around the world. Undoubtedly, their impact on me has been huge.
Now, though, I suppose the only thing left is:
Let's see where my running shoes and wanderlust spirit takes me next.
Until next time,
Kerry June Kelley