Thomas Jefferson Addresses New U.S. Citizens at Poplar Forest, Virginia
Thomas Jefferson Speaks at Citizenship Oath Ceremony at Poplar Forest in Lynchburg, Virginia
On April 13, 2018, the Daughters of the American Revolution, United States Customs and Immigration Service, and the United States District Court of Western Virginia held the Citizenship Oath Ceremony for 30 new U.S. citizens at Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest retreat home near Lynchburg, Virginia. The guest speaker for the event was none other than Thomas Jefferson, 3rd U.S. President, himself. Mr. Bill Barker has been interpreting Thomas Jefferson at the Williamsburg Colonial Foundation for over 20 years, and was at the Poplar Forest Oath Ceremony to offer words of advice to both the newly naturalized and the naturally born U.S. citizens in attendance. The occasion also coincided with the 275th birthday of President Jefferson. Thanks for watching!
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Cumberland Gap National Historical Park (Kentucky/Tennessee/Virginia)
Cumberland Gap National Historical Park is a United States National Historical Park located at the border between Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia, centered on the Cumberland Gap, a natural break in the Appalachian Mountains.
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Sisters on the Fly
In Sisters on the Fly: Caravans, Campfires, and Tales from the Road, Irene Rawlings celebrates the camaraderie and travels of this remarkable group of women who live by the motto we have more fun than anyone!
Since 1999, the Sisters have been designing and traveling in uniquely decorated homes on the range (or mountain, valley, desert, or beach) that transport them from adventure to adventure. Sisters on the Fly features tales from the open road, cowgirl crafts, chic trailer decor, recipes passed down from grandma, and plenty of restoration tips to help transform vintage trailers from trashed to treasured. It provides all the practical and inspiring information needed to design a properly appointed home on wheels, or, if one cant take to the highway, to vicariously appreciate the creative journeying of this energetic group.
Perhaps most appealing is the fact that the Sisters inspire each other and other women to step outside their busy roles of mother, daughter, grandmother, businesswoman, teacher, or engineer, and devote a little time to the true cowgirl within. The SOTF cowgirl flies by the seat of her pants (and on some adventures flies without the seat of her pants!), cooks dishes that would make John Wayne himself weak in the knees, travels and explores with fierce independence, and all the while listens, shares, laughs, and loves.
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Thomas Canyon Campground Lamoille Nevada NV - CampgroundViews.com
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Thomas Canyon Campground near Lamoille Nevada in Lamoille Canyon Recreation area is one of the most unknown amazing places to camp in the United States. A forest service campground (Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest) managed by concessionaire the campground is located several miles up and inside Lamoille Canyon. The canyon is a glacier carved marvel of the natural world that easily rivals Kings Canyon in natural wonder and serenity (we would argue that the location is much prettier than Kings Canyon).
30 miles from Elko and Interstate 80 Thomas Canyon Campground offers 40 primitive campsites situated on 3 loops just off the scenic byway that enters and exits the canyon. A small river flows through the center of the campground and during spring and early summer drowns out unwanted noise with a steady sound of flowing water.
Visitors enjoy fishing Lamoille Creek and exploring many local hiking trails. Only crowded on major holidays Lamoille Canyon is a unique location that should be added to everyone’s must camp list. Located within the Ruby Mountains, a desert island brimming with wildlife, sparkling lakes and streams, wildflower-filled meadows and jagged peaks.
Thomas Canyon Campground has paved roads and camping parking pads. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. Pit toilets are located on the loops and water spigots are available also. Camphosts are on site for fee collection, sale of firewood and to manage the campground. Sites range from huge to small and can accommodate anything from tents to larger RVs (although larger RVs will be best served on Loop A only as both B and C have tight turns and narrow lanes).
Advanced reservations are available. Due to the fact that this area is forest service land versus a National Park guests have a lot more freedom to enjoy the surrounding area by foot, bike, atv or snowmobile. The rugged region is relatively close to the town of Elko but all guests should be self sufficient as help is not readily available.
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Greyhound bus trip through northern U.S.: (15) Erie PA to Buffalo, New York 2010-08-31
A Greyhound bus leaves the lakeside town of Erie, Pennsylvania and returns to Interstate 90 to resume its trek east. Soon, it arrives in Buffalo, New York, where another bus awaits to depart the U.S. across the Peace Bridge to the Canadian border inspection station at Fort Erie, Ontario.
Cheyenne Capitol - Exterior - Wyoming State Capital
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Added: October 03, 2007
Capitol building in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Ground broke on September 9, 1886, the cornerstone was laid on May 18, 1887, and it was built for $131,275.12. It looks similar to the National Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. The first two courses (layer of masonry) are made from sandstone from Fort Collins, Colorado quarries; remainder is of sandstone from Rawlins, Wyoming quarries.
The Capitol is bordered on the South by 24th St., the West by Carey Ave., the North by the Herschler Building, and the East by Central Ave. The replica of the Liberty Bell is at the SouthWest corner. The Spirit of Wyoming cowboy & horse statue lies to the West. The bronze Bison statue is on the East side. The Esther Hobart Morris statue lies at the base of the steps and faces South. The Calf statue is on the South. The Spanish American War statue is to the SouthEast. The Capitol faces the Train Depot to the South.
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Hampton Inn La Crosse/Onalaska - Onalaska Hotels, Wisconsin
Hampton Inn La Crosse/Onalaska 3 Stars Hotel in Onalaska, Wisconsin Within US Travel Directory This Hampton Inn is located just 15 minutes north of downtown La Crosse, Wisconsin.
It features an indoor pool, a fitness center and guest rooms with free Wi-Fi access.
Rooms at the Hampton Inn La Crosse/Onalaska are furnished with a work desk.
They all have a flat-screen TVs with cable.
Rooms are also equipped with a microwave and refrigerator.
The hotel serves a continental breakfast every morning.
A variety of amenities, such as a business center and a shuttle to local attractions, are available to guests.
The La Crosse Municipal Airport is about 24.
1 km from the La Crosse/Onalaska Hampton Inn.
The Valley View Shopping Center is just over a kilometer from the hotel.
Hampton Inn La Crosse/Onalaska - Onalaska Hotels, Wisconsin
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Holiday Inn Express Clarksville - Clarksville, Tennessee
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The Holiday Inn Express® Hotel Clarksville is part of the rapidly growing Clarksville, TN, area, and this hotel's property is close to the many attractions in Tennessee and Kentucky alike.
Whenever you're in the area for business, remember that this hotel boasts a well-equipped Business Center that has print and copy services, as well as computer access. Thanks to the 576-square-foot meeting room, you can host events with ease, and the hotel's location is near Fort Campbell in Kentucky, so you can visit the base whenever you please.
While visiting, we suggest you make the short drive to Beachaven Winery to taste the winery's award-winning wines and view the lovely vineyard. After an afternoon at Beachaven, attend a game at Austin Peay State University, or enjoy a nighttime stroll along Cumberland RiverWalk. If you're looking for outdoor fun, set aside a day to visit Dunbar Cave State Park, home to excellent hiking and fishing.
The hotel's guests are not only near Fort Campbell in Kentucky, but they enjoy great amenities like the daily complimentary, hot Express Start Breakfast Bar. Other perks include free high-speed, wireless Internet access, which is provided throughout the hotel, so you can stay connected. After a busy day, you can relax in the outdoor pool, or enjoy a vigorous workout in the Fitness Center. Be sure to book today to take advantage of our great deals and rates.
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Walt Disney World Very Merry Christmas Parade - 2001