Days Inn Staunton / Mint Springs
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Good enough for a night to rest. Clean, Easy access ... good breakfast
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... won’t be enjoying the views! I got off after 13.6 miles and found a National Forest campground that is nothing like the forestry campgrounds I’m used to. Paved campsites! Hot showers! Wow!!! … and paths under the hardwood canopy where you crunch along over fallen acorns … and sometimes they fall on the roof which startles both of us.
I’ll be looking at maps and rethinking my strategy before I start out again. ...
A great first day of my trip! Wanted to go straight to Virginia on my first day, and made it.
A beautiful ride through the Appalachian mountains.
- 657 miles
- 10.5 hours
- Gas: $3.24
- Route 84 to Route 81
- Lots of fall colors while traveling
- 4 stops
- 2 Iced coffees
- Lots of snacks
... that I made.
We drove about 20 minutes to New Market, VA where we toured a Civil War Museum and battle field. The Bushong Farm was the place where the battle took place. This family scurried to their basement where they took cover until the battle was over. The field had been tilled for planting and the military men lost their shoes while marching through the rain and mud. An estimated 274 shoes was lost in this field.
... apply for permission to be absent
from Barracks from 7 P.M. today until 8 A.M. tomorrow, as their services
have been kindly accepted by the Chief Marshall at Washington College
to sit up with the remains of General Robert E. Lee tonight. Respectfully
Submitted by Cadets Hamilton, Alex.; Morgan, J.H.; Hawkins, N.D.
Taylor, S.M.; Taylor, Z.; Sullivan, A.R.; Nalle, ...
... made per family, and since Cath was a non-resident and I was a citizen that we had to be in the non-resident queue, which in Dallas had been the shorter line. Following this previous instruction we got in the non-resident queue, but this time it was the long line. What made matters worse is that the young immigration officer, who was both bored and pleasant at the same time, said that we should have been in the US citizen line. I ...