Early Saturday morning Ken led the way to Monticello, where
the group toured the inside of the home. Jefferson's private
secretary, Meriwether Lewis, would have spent the summers
there with Jefferson during his presidency.
After walking on the grounds the group had a special tour
of Mulberry Row where some of Jefferson's slaves and free
workers lived and worked.
Some of the group gathered to pose in front of Monticello,
looking out at the long path lined with many flowers still
Everyone was ready for lunch at historic Michie Tavern,
which featured abundant Southern cooking.
After lunch Ken again led the way, this time to nearby
Ash Lawn- Highland, home of President James Monroe, where
the group toured the house and grounds.