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Our time in Damascus, Virginia was amazing. Having our own personal tour guide meant that we were able to see so much more than we would have otherwise. It seems that all too often a town’s true treasures remain unseen, only to be revealed by those who call the area home. The small village full of history that keeps to itself, far off the beaten path. The snowy view from the top of a mountain. The little store that carries everything from canned chicken to ax handles. Train stations that remind us of how things used to be.

Places we might not even have noticed, time we wouldn’t have spent, had we been there by ourselves.

The fact that we were able to spend time with a dear friend made our time there even better. After three days, I still wasn’t ready to leave. There was still more to see and I wasn’t ready to say good-bye to someone who has become so very special to me.

Perhaps I never would have been ready…


5 thoughts on “Damascus

  1. I did not know there was a Damascus in usa.see even I have learnt somethinh new…just imagine what information you are giving to you children by doing this form of upbringing. Your Mom will be so pleased with the progress you have all made and it sounds as though yoj are on your way to visit .she is really looking forward to that….stay safe my little wanderers..lots of lovely pics of happy children….100% successful enterprise

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