Truckster’s History Lesson in Colonial Williamsburg and Bowie Baysox Game

Here ye, here ye. I doth declare that Mother of All Trips, Mara, and 8-year-old Tommy, shall here to forth be addressed with the prefix “Truckie.”

Truckie Mara and Truckie Tommy rose to their feet in the Colonial Williamsburg Courthouse at the final words of the judge before them, and the crowd cheered with jubilation upon realizing the historical event taking place before their eyes. For only twice before have any two nobles ever doned the prestigious “Truckie” designation. But after two days in the Truckster, the vote was unanimous with ‘Ayes’ all around.

Congrats Truckie Mara and Truckie Tommy, your hard work paid off and Truckie John and Truckie Steph could not be more excited.

And then there were four.

After our brief but interesting trip to Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia the Truckster was craving pavement. (If your planning a family stop there, it’s a great place to visit but make sure you alot plenty of time to explore the vast historical city – you’ll need it! In fact, I recommend sunscreen, hand sanitizer, and time. : ) We hit the road again and pointed north to march on the capitol. With our shades on and the traffic thick, we slowly approached the beautiful Maryland rental home where our newest Truckies are spending the night, before we hit the Bowie Baysox minor league game. The spectators came hungry and happy to cheer on their Baysox as they battled the Reading Phillies. Though they were outnumbered in the stands, all-things-‘Philly’-fans and Truckies at heart, John and Tommy were the loudest pair at Prince George Stadium.

One thing is for sure, we’ll all be sleeping soundly tonight.

Tomorrow, we’ll say goodbye to Mara and Tommy, but look for Aunt Edna at the “Taste of Reston” festival in the afternoon and on Saturday we’ll be there with a special guest from MIX 107.3!

g’night, Steph



Advertisements

About Jennifer Stafford
Jennifer is the Social Media Manager for HomeAway and has been with the company since 2007. She works on global social media programs and helps manage all of the US social media accounts. Prior to joining HomeAway she was the SEO lead for GEICO in Washington DC. Outside of work Jennifer travels as much as possible and is always planning her next trip!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: