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So aside from some pretty scary rain on the way to my first stop everything went smoothly, that is until my GPS said that I had reached my destination and I looked around and realized that I was in the middle of a trailer park . . . keep in mind the first destination was West Virginia . . . think upscale Deliverance. The name of the hotel was Lakeview Resort and Spa and unless that means ...
For all of you interested in keeping up with everything that will be going on with Lauren and I over the course of the next three and a half weeks we're both going to try to post as frequently as possible on this blog. You can stay up to date on our daily experiences, and be able to see pictures from daily activities. We couldn't possible be more excited, and we can't thank everyone who help and supported us enough. ...
... who somehow managed to squeeze past us, but not before gawking at the stressed out clown and lady driver trying to maneuver their 30 ft. RV on a dirt road downgrade. I have no idea how we didn’t scrape the entire side of his truck, but we didn’t.
On the way to the radio station, John gave them a call to give them the heads-up on when to expect us. The guy who answered said that his dj had to leave early that day, so he wouldn’t be able to do ...
It was much cooler today, cloudy, windy, around 35 degrees. A good driving day. We headed down to Wheeling, West Virginia to go to the Cabela's there. It was about a 4 hour drive. We needed a break so did a bit of shopping but didn't find anything much. We had some lunch then headed to Fairmont, West Virginia - about 1½ hours. Even though it was still cloudy and cool, it was a beautiful drive through the hills of West ...
... narrower; as the tree line closed in and the snowbanks rose (yes, snowbanks. Cf "Sandy" aka "Superstorm!") and we went first uphill and then down, with no lights or other signs of life visible.
Eventually, though, we came to a park, where there were some other campers, signs directing us to RV parking and even a few lights. No people to check us in, but directions on how to self check-in and how much to pay. Anyway, the park was quite rustic and secluded, ...
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- Business Services
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