Super 8 Ruther Glen/King's Dominion
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... route went straight through seriously difficult terrain, and we ended up clambering up about 100' of extremely steep and rather slippery hillside at the end to reach the site of the cache. Tim probably deserves sainthood for putting up with the whole thing.
We took the path back.
The rest of the drive was uneventful, and we arrived home about 7:15 to spread all the wet stuff out on the lawn where it could either dry out or get wet in the ...
... of feel to it. Went out to Ceri's old pub that he used to work at for dinner called the Penny Lane. A English style pub with wooden boards and flagstone floors. Helen kept us entertained. Back at Bob and Helens' we had a triple gateau chocolate cake for dessert followed by Bob playing the piano and Helen singing. Persuaded Charlie to sing along as ...
... rest for me back.
Originally planned to do 2 of these tomorrow, but went for all 4 in the area due to weather. Had auto tours for all of them so set to go.
Fredericksburg battle can be summed up by the CSA had the heights and the USA tried to take them. Basically its a pretty gentle slope up to the heights from the river and the last 600 yards were in open field...Why??? Well Burnside was ...
... We went here mainly because this was a typical location to visit on your trip to the Jezereel valley and we were no exception. As it turned out Megiddo is an extremely ancient city on a strategic trade and military crossroads. It was the site of innumerable key moments of human and Biblical history and one of the most excavated sites in Israel. As I gazed in a deserted, rocky ravine, in one glance I could see ...
Back home again. Got microwaved in Amsterdam, and all my buttons apparently set off the machine again (this time it was plain old plastic buttons--go figure), resulting in another patdown, but this one was much less enthusiastic and much less offensive than the Richmond version. Just a cursory pat of the shoulders and sides.
For once, I had a pretty uneventful trip. Bought Tim some Dutch beer in the Duty Free shop, and was warned to be sure to put ...