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The Road Home

Our last night in The Foley House Inn was uneventful.  No jumping socks, no strange noises, just a good night’s sleep for both of us. Coligny Beach on Hilton Head After another great breakfast we headed north to check out a couple of famous beach areas we’ve never visited.  First up was Hilton Head Island.  […]

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Streets of Savannah We’ve always had this mental picture of Savannah, with magnolia trees everywhere, and tall oaks dripping with Spanish moss; all amid quiet tranquil beauty.  Pretty vivid mental pics, yet neither of us had ever been to Savannah.   That all changed a couple of days ago as we turned off Route I-16 […]

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  Midweek, we headed west again, but this time we turned north just before getting to Norfolk so we could travel the world’s largest bridge/tunnel structure; the Chesapeake Bridge/Tunnel, stretching almost 20 miles across one of America’s busiest sea channels.  For a bridge geek, this is one of the ultimates…okay, there may be 15 or […]

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Williamsburg and Beyond

The four of us (Monte, Aleta, Mona and I) arrived in Williamsburg, Virginia early Sunday afternoon. We checked in and headed to the nearby Jamestown.  This is where the first permanent English-speaking colony in the Americas was established beginning in 1607 and from where we learn of Captain John Smith and Pocahontas.  It’s amazing how tiny […]

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  Margaret and I started our day by walking to Lake Accotink and geocaching in the surrounding park. It was Margaret’s first time caching and we found one Earthcache.  We finished caching and returned home where we were greeted by the delicious smell of frying bacon. Pete was cooking breakfast.  I could get used to mornings like this!!! (Mona says […]

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Dixie Road Trip – Biltmore and Woodstock

Started the day with a visit to the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina….with most of our focus on the mansion.  The estate sits on 8000 acres and the mansion itself covers 4 ½ acres.  The mansion was built between 1889 and 1895 and consists of 250 rooms and 43 bathrooms.  (In the 1890s most homes had no […]

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I 40 Eastbound

Dixie Road Trip – Dixie Driving

We left Bardstown this morning around 8:00, driving eastward on Route 150.  Saw lots of beautiful horse farms and and we saw many homes that looked as though they had been abandoned 100 years ago, except for the refrigerators on the porch and the new F150s in the drive.  Very interesting to see such contrasts on one […]

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