Showing our love for my homestate of Virginia
Before Scott and I could welcome in fall with last weekend’s clambake, we needed to say so long to summer. At the very end of August we packed our CRV and headed on the road for a bit of family, a bit of comics, and two weeks of vacation fun.
Things started off similar to our last vacation in May – with stops in Virginia to see my sister and parents. Although we’ve spent the last few Augusts in Culpeper where my sister lives, we still seem to discover new things every time we visit.
“Virginia is for Bowlers” and other lessons learned on our Eastcoast roadtrip
11 days, 900 miles, and too many guest beds/couches/air mattresses to count.
To celebrate the start of summer and a few family milestones, Scott and I packed up the car last week and began the Great DiGiandomenico-Hicken Roadtrip of 2013.
As much as I love the home we’ve built in Cleveland, it had been a while since we reconnected with family, friends, and the places we came from.
With Scott’s parents celebrating their 40th wedding anniversary and my sister celebrating her birthday last week, we figured the timing was perfect for this kind of trip.
So off we went to our first stop – Culpeper, Virginia, where my sister lives.