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Travel Blogs from West Point
... s work that brought power to rural families like the Carters who got electricity in 1935.
The grounds are well kept with walkways, a fountain, and a path to the top of the mountain. We didn’t go to the top since it was raining. The house itself is small, only 5 rooms, and very rustic. It is, after all, a get-away, a retreat, a cabin. The furnishings are comfortable and homey. It is typical of ...
... d consider a rockin’ fun college town like Charlottesville, Chapel Hill,
Athens, GA, or Lawrence, KS. Where states have both a major university and a
major land grant university (Kansas, Iowa, Colorado, Montana, Washington, Utah)
the land grant school tends to be the more conservative of the two. But
Auburn’s so conservative as far as big public schools go that James Dobson of
Focus on Family has recommended it as one large public university ...
... Franklin D. Roosevelt's second home and escape from the pressures of being president. He originally came to warm springs as he had heard the water brought relief for polio suffers. The Little White House is also where he died whilst having his portrait painted. It's now been turned into a museum about FDR's life and the changes he made during his ...
... It's rare that my family gets to all get together!
As per usual, I am being pretty neurotic about packing. I have not packed for long-term travels for fall/winter weather. I am planning on taking a large suitcase, a duffle bag, and a backpack. I hate to overpack, but it will be worse to have to scramble to purchase winter clothes in Stockholm!
Anyway, I'm super excited!
Year 2, Day 122 - Today we drove over the the FDR Little White House. This is a State Park and well worth the trip. There is a very nice museum and short film to see and then you enter the grounds behind the museum and take a walk past a great fountain and up a hill with the flags of all the states flying with pieces of stone announcing each state with the date of the year it became a state. The purpose was to have different kinds ...