Cedar Spring Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Drive, which has some fantastic views of the 'Blue Ridge Mountains’ and the valley around them. The mountains are covered in trees, and it looks as if it is the natural landscape. However, on this trip, we learned that during the Great Depression in the 1930’s, many people were out a work, so the government set up the ‘Civilian Conservation Corps’ to build roads and improve the landscape of national parks. Shenandoah was one of the parks to be ...
... god an actual toilet!) and I got a coffee and some lunch there as well for the drive back home. Once we were home I was going to lay down but Dean taught me all about the pellet gun! I did quite a lot of target practice this afternoon... And I am now hooked on shooting! Pellet gun is nice and easy, doesn't make much of a noise and doesn't kick back into your shoulder. Tomorrow I will be learning about the different rifles Dean has plus the shotgun as well. It's such an experience for ...
... their little pen and some of them didn't know how to properly get back into their pen so I had to run after them and catch them and bring them back! They were so cute to hold! Little babies!! After putting them away Zach and I went to the barn to get a trap ready for tonight and on the way I spotted that one of the ducks was in it's house and Zach went to see it and somehow it had escaped from whatever it was that got it and made its way back home. Poor thing was beat up though! ...
After writing my last journal entry, I forgot that I left out the most important part of the day, well at least the most shocking! The knight remained where he stood. He stood there looking me up and down. There were so many things running through my mind that day, and he stood there looking at me like I was some kind of insane person. However, the words that came out of his mouth ...
I have known my friend Kat since we were both little kidlets tearing around the horse paddocks together. She has also seen me at a complete loss for words, in an uncontrollable, ugly mess of tears, twice in our lifetimes.
The first time was just after my horse Tucson died during a competition. She sat in the dirt with me, in the middle of a paddock, by his dead body. Huddled together, both of us in tears. As the sun slipped away and both ...