Dunning Mills Inn
Travel Blogs from Fredericksburg
... and lived to tell the tale, I have gathered the following information:
#1. It is hot.
#2. It will rain/you will get wet.
#3. Security is an issue while traveling.
#4. It is expensive.
#5. There will be a lot of walking.
Armed with this new intel, I decided to fit & kit myself for the journey ahead and have utilized the best that science & technology has to offer. I traveled to Gander Mountain the Samsonite ...
... I flew.
Here's a few little stories as to why I have a fear of lack of control and distrust of others with my life in their hands. My dad... He is an irresponsible man and a show off. He likes his toys and often included me in his showing off activities. Here are a few that I remember so vividly. 1. He had a ten speed bike with a kiddy seat on the front, he thought it would be a good idea to off-road it a little, needless to ...
... br> leaves were as near full color as one could hope and the Skyline
Drive was as beautiful as always. The Blue Ridge through this section
was new to us and proved most rewarding! North of Roanoke, the
Parkway follows a ridge so narrow that while looking out over the
tree tops at the farms below, it felt like we were flying!
ride from Roanoke to Fancy Gap settles in to more rolling farms.
North of Roanoke up ...
... small- 2 strawberries, 2 very small bunches of grapes, 4 slices of cheese and 1 small wedge of brie. There were crackers but they were wheat so I couldn’t eat them and since my bag was taken containing my rice crackers I was out of luck. So I was starving, wanted a latte, was tired.
I was so happy getting on that last plane because I was getting a window seat at least. The earlier flights were not by ...
... and begin the journey: I am embarking on this adventure because I want to do it, not because I feel I need to do it. This is not a spiritual quest, and I’m not looking for anything in particular along the way, least of all “my self”. Although it has taken me a long time to figure it out, I have finally come to the realization that contentment is not a place the world, but a place in the mind.