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... 3 years you got three month’s pay in advance: a whopping $20. We also got a lesson in troop discipline. Minor offenders usually had to wear a sign around their neck displaying their offense: Insubordinate, Sloven, Gambler, Thief, etc. Harsher punishment was in one of two forms: the Horse: the offender would strip down to his underwear and straddle a tall wooden horse, in such manner that his feet did not touch the ground. The seat of the horse was ...
... 8221; (to the tune of “Singing in the Rain”). Now you’ll have that in your mind for the rest of the day.
Last night another front moved through, lowering temperatures, and we got up this morning saying, “What happened?” The hardest decision today was what to wear. Yesterday was warm and muggy; we sweated. Today that was not a problem. Wendell checked the radar and deemed that we should be okay to go back to ...
... White House and Civil War Museum in Richmond, and you thought the Whitehouse was in DC..... Very interesting exhibit. So after along day of playing tourist we called into and American Indian Restaurant for a Roganjosh and a Vindarloo and Narn bread. Funny how Native American food has swept the world and is the staple food of the Sub Continent. ...
We've been here since May 5th, and will stay another week, until the day after Memorial Day. A new park to us - it's quite nice, with an indoor pool and spa, as well as a big outdoor pool (opening this Memorial Day Weekend). Nice sized sites - we're in 6C - 50 amp, full hookup, and fairly heavily treed, but still accessible for our satellite dish.
More details to follow - today we're on our way to the Army Transportation Museum in Newport News.
... like Ben Franklin’s autobiography, feather quills and powdered ink, and handmade pottery. Kids were running around with flags screaming "America! America!" and other kids were chasing each other with their toy muzzleloaders pretending to be at war. Because we are in an old town, most of the trees in the area are hundreds of years old and enormous. Giant sycamore trees shaded the properties and streets. Kids were climbing everywhere! Apparently, you ...