We are in the middle of nowhere.
And it's AWESOME!!
We left Washington DC yesterday at 4:30pm after exploring Ford's Theater and the Peterson House where Lincoln died.
But not before I had an ice cream sandwich and a frozen burrito.
My vacations revolve around meals. My daily activities revolve around meals.
I love to eat. And eat. And eat.
We drove on a major highway. Then a two lane road. Then a one lane road. Then a dirt road.
Then we arrived in McGayheyseville, Virginia at the Massanutten Resort. Upon arriving we've seen two families of deer, one bachelor deer, about a million woodchucks and mountains all around.
Our condo is built into a mountain. As I sit on the deck, eating my ice cream sandwich, I am staring at a wall of rocks and grass and shrubbery. What beautiful shrubbery it is, too.
Today, though, I will leave my mountainous sanctuary for the main resort area and spend my hours at the waterpark. Luckily, my parents' condo has had a number of problems (bugs in bed, dirty sheets, no AC, stove didn't work) and were offered two free passes. Katie and I are gladly taking those passes off their hands. Old folks don't do waterparks, us almost old folks do.
So off we go. I will be back. Red as a sunburned white lady.