Econo Lodge Woodstock
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Left Front Royal at 4:45pm to meet Brian & Cleo in Manassas for a bon voyage dinner. At 5:15 we realized Dave left his phone at home. WOW!! Who would have thought Dave would forget his phone, now that's something I would do!!! So back to Front Royal we went in the pouring rain.I love an adventure!! Just finished dinner ! Thanks Brian & Cleo! Off to the airport. Leave at 10:25 pm arrive in Dublin 11:30am Sat. 10/10/15. Next blog Sat. Night. Love you ...
Headed to Shenandoah National Park for some exploration and fun. After visiting the Visitor's Center and getting our passport stamped, we headed to a short 1 mile hike on Lands Run which ends at a falls. Mousse loved to walk in the stream - he had a blast. Sheila and I did well on the first part of the hike since it was downhill. On the way back, we didn't like it much. We also had a lunch ...
... It was also a bit hot so Mousse was dragging. Mostly drinking water and peeing. We got a far as the World War II Memorial before Mousse was ready to go home. So we called it a day and headed back to the car. Mousse crashed in the car all the way back to the coach.
Tomorrow we will do Shenandoah National Park.
Chuck and Sheila Noel & ...
... theological movement that didn't believe in the trinity (a central dogma of most Christian denominations) and the Universalists didn't believe that anyone was going to hell--then in the 1960s the two denominations merged" he explains.
But clearly this denomination has evolved far beyond just debating some vague, obscure dogma. "Are there athiests in your church?" I ask
"About 25 percent are athiests... another 25 percent are secular humanist who believe ...
... and deal with the rain on the easier back part of the trail. The beginning is lots of "up"; a switchback hike with very pretty views, somewhat challenging, but not too bad. There were two pairs of hikers near us at the beginning (they were ahead of us pretty quickly; Carrie and I are compatible hiking partners with a slow-but-steady hiking pace) and one or two others passed us during this part of the hike. This can be a very crowded trail so it was ...