Azalea did spend Halloween night near Water View, VA and the next day as well. She must have collected a bunch of sugarery candy with lots of energy and caffeine, because for the next week she has flown almost nonstop. I became exhausted trying to follow her flight paths. About 11:00am Nov 2 she left Waterview and flew directly south about 20 miles to the Gloucester County Landfill near Adner, VA and just east of US Route 17. She visited the landfill again on Nov 6, 8, and 9. On Nov 5 she made a fast and brief flight to James City County, crossing the York River at York River State Park, over Interstate 64 at Toano to Little Creek Reservoir. She only stayed here about an hour then flew back north across I-64 and the York River to the area around Allmondsville, VA in Gloucester County. On Nov 6 she flew from the Gloucester landfill back north into Middlesex County, crossed the Piankatank River and spent two days exploring west of Hartfield, VA. On Nov 8 she returned again to the landfill and settled south of the landfill in a swampy area east of Adner. After another visit to the landfill she returned to the swamp and that is where she was at 5pm Nov 9. To get a close up view of where she is, search MapQuest for Adner, VA then zoom in to the cross shaped marsh east of Adner and directly south of the landfill.