Saturday, July 14, 2007

Rick's Roadshow: Newport News, Virginia

Friday, day 3 of my travels took me from Denver to Chicago, then to Richmond, Virginia. Once I picked up my rental car I drove from Richmond International Airport down to Newport News. I made my way down I-64's two lane highway, which at times became painfully slow. Since it was so late, and I had a business related stop to make, I had virtually no time to stop anywhere to take photos :-( Although I did manage to snap a photo of the venerable restaurant chain of the South: The good old Waffle House (see below):
Below: My SWEET ride...the Chrysler 300. I love this car
After I finished my work related obligations, I managed to catch a late showing of the new Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix film, which was GREAT
Day 3 of my travels was very hectic. Tomorrow I head to Washington DC, which I am really looking forward to.
-Rick Rockhill


bunnygirl said...

Have fun in DC! Sooooo many good restaurants and museums!

Canadian flake said...

Love all these pics you are taking. Look forward to seeing more.


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