Royal Inn Motel
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... were allowed inside the home so you’ll have to Google “Monticello” and look at the section for “House and Gardens” to get a glimpse of some of the rooms and features. One of the things that intrigued me the most was the double-faced clock in the main hall, weighted with cannonballs that marked the day and time on the wall by their position. Ironically, Jefferson’s ceiling wasn’t high enough so he had to ...
... about 8 miles from the actual gate - and it took 4 hours to get there! We moved less than 1 mile in the first hour!! We finally arrived to the tent area around 2pm, about an hour after the music started. But we were close and could hear everything as we unpacked. We met James, our neighbor in the tent next to us, and Shawn and Hayden from Maui across from ...
... us. I was ahead of Mooch and Sam and pushed on to a shelter 20 miles away, but they stopped by a lake a few miles back to swim and camp. I had been very tempted by the same spot they ended up at, but it had a no camping sign so I moved on. It ended up working out well for all of us that I did. I didn't realize until the next morning that Fozzie had been at the shelter too, only camping in his tent rather than sleeping in the shelter like I did. He passed me packing up as ...
... at the end we had our reward. When we got out of the car at a Residence Inn in Waynesboro, VA we were in spring! The grey snow blanketing the earth was gone. The fields had a gauze of green. The redbud trees were blooming their psychedelic pink. And a mockingbird was singing his heart out by the entrance to the motel as a fresh breeze came down from the hills and blew across the lawn. In just 9 hours we had traded one reality and one season for another! The magic of travel.
David is a new man today after all almost 14 hours of sleep. A short drive takes us to Shenandoah's Skyline Drive, 105 miles along top of the Blue Ridge Mountains. This beautiful National Park was established in 1933 by 10,000 Civilian Conservation Corps supervised by the army, these men lived and worked on creating roads, trials, comfort stations, picnic grounds alone the Skyline Drive. ( and walls) Spectacular views to the valleys below and the Blue Ridge Mountains, lookouts ...