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... eventually lead to the enthusiastic leader running on the pressurised treadmill for all to see. The next stop was the De Matha high school campus, the number 8 team in the nation held a practice which we bared witness to as coach Trevor Cook huddled in glee with the student manager and coach about drills to bring home and players to look out for. After all this time we stopped of at the Olive Garden for dinner and enjoyed a more healthy American meal than we had enjoyed the ...
... 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 ...
... we moved to Fredericksburg, which is the last hotel before we return to New York tomorrow. We make the journey tomorrow morning to Ronald Regan airport at Washington DC before heading on the underground to catch the Amtrak train to New York.
A few pictures from Monticello below.
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Les & Caroline ...
... pilgrimage to where the magic happened at least once. There were four hours of driving through flat country farmland to analyze my surroundings. North Carolina reminds me a lot of OP (at least back in the day before it was gobbled up by developers)...wooded landscape with occasional farms, all pretty much as sea level. This state definitely has less mystique than South Carolina and instead of grand oaks lining the roads, ...
Since I already logged 38 hours this week and I will be working on Saturday, I decided to spend Friday on the links. I am a member of the Virginia State Golf Association VIP Card program. As a member I get complimentary green fees (as long as I pay for a cart) at more than 200 courses in the Virginias, Carolinas and Maryland. Most the courses have constraints like only good Mon-Thurs and some even limit the months of the year that you can use ...