Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Luray Caverns

I had planned to stop to take some tours along the long ride home from Florida, but that plan was largely scrapped when it was apparent that the kids really, really seemed ready for home.  We did stop to tour Luray Caverns in Virginia on the way back to Vermont though.  I knew that they would enjoy that.

My camera mysteriously stopped working.  The battery showed plenty of charge the day before, so I am not sure why it stopped working.  Too much sand and sun?

Anyway, it was a bummer, because I would have loved to be taking pictures.  But it was pretty spectacular and you can see some pictures HERE.

I have hosed out the car.  Now it is time for me to attend to the weeds that had themselves a field day in my absence.

12 comments:

  1. You and the kids had a great trip, but it is always great to be home again!

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  2. I laughed so hard when I read that you "hosed out the car". After grandchildren I know exactly what you mean. lol

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  3. Melted crayons, cheese straws, hamburger wrappers, ticket stubs, books, socks, hats, sand, bumper seats, wet swim suits and towels, teeny tiny toys...have I missed anything?

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  4. Back to the real world in VT! Glad you made the trip safely, Olga. I was out weeding today,too - now it's pouring rain. We're glad for the moisture.

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  5. So glad you had a safe trip. That is a long haul and I am sure the car was full of sticky stuff. Enjoy the unseasonable cool-- a good time to tackle weeding.

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  6. Wow, that sounds like quite the road trip! Glad you made it home safe and sound.

    I always find weeding easier when the weeds are bigger...less bending...or maybe I'm just lazy. :) Enjoy your peace and quiet!

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    1. True, they are easier to pull, but I always feel that large weeds are mocking me.

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  7. I followed the link to the caverns. Wow! That is an amazing cave! I'm glad you didn't miss that!

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  8. Luray Caverns are really cool. We visited them about 10 years ago on a trip through Skyline Drive.

    Glad you made it home safe.

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    1. I was tempted to do a little of the Slyline Drive but then I remembered my parents admonishing us to look out the window and enjoy the scenery--and we did not have iPads.

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  9. Good for you for listening to them.Too bad about the camera, but you have those memories!

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