Travel Blogs from Manchester
... was included and my god, the portions of everything is incredible. I would have loved to have taken a photo but that would have been a bit embarrassing ...
Lynchburg is a dry County surprisingly so we went done to the general store to the merchandise and wow... We found a Harley Shop. So we HAD to go in there.. thankfully Graeme and Eileen follow Deano's passion and obsession with Harley goods....
... line-height: 16.6200008392334px;">The water was so clear and really thick moss below my barefeet on the rock..it was not that slippery ..not that normal slimy slick feel when you are rocks submerged in running water...so it was actually easy to walk on. The thick cushiony moss made it easy on my barefeet. The water was so clear and cool. Sammy took several drinks..
... The final dedication came in 1889 when the $18,000 construction cost was liquidated and all building debts were paid.
Today, the sanctuary remains almost unchanged. Some interior work was done to reconfigure the chancel rail and pipe organ some years ago, and the original hanging light fixtures have been replaced with new ones. Some of the woodwork has been painted, but the beautiful stained glass windows and the pews ...
Then I got to the site, and if I wasn't on Cloud 9 already, I was launched so far up into the clouds as soon as I saw the gorgeous retreat center we were staying in - with BEDS!!! (Simple pleasures, people. That list has never been so large.) After a hot shower with no lines, I journaled on a rock face overlooking the TN valley below where the sun sailed behind the rolling peaks. It was...perfect. Absolutely..perfect.
While at Bonnaroo, we will keep things simple and just list the bands we see at the end of each day. Back to full blogs when we hit the road on Monday!!!
Day 1: Thursday, June 13, 2013
twenty one pilots
Walk the Moon
My top 3 for day one: Allen Stone, Walk the Moon, and Django Django