Well, here we were on our adventure to meet some people that we've never met, or talked to on the phone, about an audio book that I was in the process of voicing.
Something to keep in mind here is that because of my health problems, we had to pack almost every piece of food we ate. This takes some serious organization, because we're also foodies. No blah food here!
The drive was about six and a half hours, down route 33, through West Virginia, and into Virginia. The alignment was really off in our only reliable car, so I was sick and feeling nauseous most of the time. Which sucked. Once we got back from the trip we took money out of savings to get it fixed.
I have NEVER seen a place so beautiful. His farm is right between two mountain ranges, in the Shenandoah valley. If you go to his website polyfacefarms.com, you'll see a picture that won't do the area justice in any way.
We arrived on Saturday night, and after eating dinner, hopped into the car to do a test run to the farm. The last thing we wanted to do is drive there on Monday morning, find out that our GPS really couldn't find it, and be driving around ANGRY (sans cell phone service). It was a relief to drive from country road to country road (with country music on the radio), and just breathe. We found the farm, then drove back to the hotel.