We have safely arrived at our home in Glen Allen (Richmond) Virginia. We have now unloaded the car and are in the process of putting things away. Here in a while we will venture out to find food, tp (how rude to not leave any!), and find our way around some. It will surely be an adventure as we have no idea where anything is.
Today we left from Lexington, Virginia and drove here.
Last night we spent the evening with Evan and Amber Fetters. They are friends of mine from USU. They were the ones I visited last year in Baltimore, and we both keep crossing the country.
They took us on a little tour of Lexington. I have to admit, it is such a beautiful town. It has its character and maintains it. I have to admit, I am leaning towards Washington and Lee University just as much as University of Virginia. I loved it there.
We drove from Mt. Sterling, Kentucky yesterday. West Virginia was beautiful. We liked the gold domed capitol building. Nothing too exciting other than that we jumped off of I-64 to skip the turnpike. Since we are thrifty we decided we don’t like toll roads. We took US-60 through some pretty serious back country. It was very beautiful and added a few hours onto our trip.
The day before we drove for over 11 hours. We drove from Branson through St. Louis, Illinois, Indiana, and northern Kentucky. It was beautiful.
Anyhow, time to get back to work. We have a house to organize.