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... the Blueridge Parkway. Big mistake! I’ve been psyching myself up for this since before I left home but I'm really not ready for this. It's a narrow winding highway (at least at this end) along a steep mountainside - a spine that sticks out of the valley - with no shoulder and not enough guardrails for me. I know the trick is to glue your eyes to the yellow line and the car will follow your eyes - but what’s the point of that because ...
... then headed out onto the balcony overlooking Charlottesville with the Blue Ridge Mountains in the distance. The height of them was incredible! Not quite the same as the height of the Rockies but even in the distance they seemed to tower over the surrounding landscape. We took some photos as it was such a nice day and after buying some apples and peaches with ideas to make apple cakes and crumbles we headed back to the car for the drive home. ...
My first day as a farm girl. After one morning I've already learnt that you don't need to set an alarm for the mornings... The roosters do just fine at waking you up at 6am! We started work at 8am and began with feeding all the animals. There are a lot of animals on the farm! 3 donkeys, 1 cow, 4 dogs, 1 cat, sheep with their 12 lambs, 120 hens, 28 ducks, birds and 15 goats! It takes about an hour to get them all fed and have all the animal chores done. I have four lovely people who I ...
... pigs feeling comfortable enough in our arms to pee on us, I was thinking the journey to Kentucky was going to be a long one. The problem was swiftly solved when Collins and Ramona suggested bathing in the creek, complete with soap and towels. It was the best bath of my life and we all felt a little more upbeat and certainly cleaner as we headed to the land of bourbon.
The next morning we were heading for a tour round Maker's Mark distillery. I have to ...
... owned by Jefferson. It's a strange feeling to stand side by side with other tourists on the ground where Jefferson once was. If only long past history could come alive and tell the stories. It sure is an amazing view from up here. Life was once very good for the master of this plantation.
...life is good for me right now. I am smiling and enjoying another bite out of life as I am heading to University of ...