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... a farmer's market still continues and we were able to pick up fresh produce. Lots of shops line the square, and some members of our group found it necessary to sample ice-cream.
Special Note: Aunt Faye, thanks for the warning about hormonal fireflies.
Jaslyn, Kira and Zoe, thanks for being soooooo cute! Love seeing you on FaceTime.
... only a couple miles outside of Atkins and waited for the storm to hit. Another hiker was already there in her tent (I never actually saw her, but she coughed once and I could tell it was a female) and another hiker I knew, Soda, came up and threw his tent down too. Finally, around 5, the rain came ... for maybe 10 minutes. If you could even call the tiny bit it sprinkled rain. On the trail I wouldn't have even bothered to get out my rain coat. Anyway, after that, it ...
Two days in Roanoke.
Surprised Harry at work on Tuesday, Nov 18. *giggling* thanks Matt!! yes, Matt was the one that instigated it. You just can't trust that Cat in the funny hat! LOL
Awesome meeting Harry. What fun! Too bad you can't come out tonight, but at least I got my hug. ;-)
Dinner tonight at the Summers'.
... easier since I was avoiding the freeways. The day was sunny although there was still a strong wind. (Is it always windy I wonder?) One stretch was a divided highway, 2 lanes on either side with practically no traffic. The boulevard in between was grassy and dotted with trees dressed in glorious colours of oranges and yellows, looking like great big bouquets of tightly bunched fall chrysanthemums. Many driveways and front yards had lovely ...
... we visited yesterday in Beckley.
We toured the museum in the train station and did the walking tour of the old town area to gawk at the mansions. Some of these are quite amazing. The biggest of the mansions is the Edward Cooper House built in 1910. It has a copper roof and orange brick imported from England. Edward Cooper was the son of James Cooper, the founder of the mine. Among ...