Timberlake Motel Lynchburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... who is clearly not a lazy bum but is clearly technically homeless. Some examples include: - Vicky and Peter Brunjes offering me a bed, dinner and home baked cookies because I went to high school with their son's wife. (Fun fact for McCombs readers: Jonathan Packard grew up in the same neighborhood and is a family friend) - checkout lady at CVS who declined to ring up my $8 bottle of sunscreen with my other items. When I asked about ...
Had a good couple of days. A couple of Cheryl's high school friends, who are married, Molly and David Woody, joined us at the campground for lunch. They stayed on into the evening. We were joined later by Sue, Cheryl's sister and her husband Denny along with Cheryl's mom. Weather was good, we sat outside having a few drinks and laughing and carrying on. Very nice visit. Today, we went to Cheryl's mom's church, along with the Woody's, and Cheryl sister and Denny. ...
Well, today was largely an errand type day. Did laundry this morning. Dropped Cheryl off at her mom's later, so she could go to Charlottesville to meet her sister Sue and niece Lindsay. Girls day out. I got the oil changed in the truck, went to our best friend Wally Mart for RV supplies. Went to the Ford dealer to discuss my situation with the heater core. They were very courteous and helpful. The ...
Well we are here. Probably going to be here at least a week. Easy drive today, only about three hours to get here. Fairly easy set up Slight changes needed to be made it to level the trailer out. Very nice here today. Partly cloudy a little humid. But a beautiful setting. Cheryl is cleaning up the trailer a little bit, then will get cleaned herself cleaned ...
... busy life at his primary residence. He also resembled a modern-day American in that he owned a vacation home. The reason I never heard of it when I lived in the East is that it had been sold off, destroyed by fire, and fallen into dereliction, only to get into the hands of a foundation to preserve it in 1980. Thirty-Four years later restoration continues and house is an archaeological reconstruction site, each room at different stages. I arrived early and ...