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Travel Blogs from Valley Chapel
weather on the improve, we were heading north over the mountains to visit Tina
and Fred who live in Buckhannon, West Virginia. Glestelle and Tom were going solo to
Williamsburg and Jamestown to catch up on some of the early history of the USA.
We bid them
farewell and were on our way. We will
catch up with them in Washington DC in about a week.
over the Appalachian Mountains is ...
... in 45 minutes of riding. We rode through trees, and miles of orchards with huge apples ripe and ready for harvest. They must be honest souls around these parts because the crop was right up to the edge of the road and not a fence in sight. Every corner (and there were plenty of those) brought a new and impressive vista.
We enjoyed a wonderful lunch in a little town called Wardensville, just over the border into West Virginia. The ‘White ...
... it was 3:30 and we wanted to watch the USA soccer (football) game at 4:00. We found a Buffalo Wild Wings right off the exit, so we were happy until the USA lost.
Tomorrow morning we will complete the final leg to Blacksburg.
On a side note, it was a year ago today that I retired. Since then, we have driven over 11,000 miles in the RV, and visited Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New ...
... were numerous music groups performing on stage on the downtown streets, a carnival and games for kids, a parade, and a large variety of food vendors. The highlight for us was the tour of the Columbus Washboard Company, yes, washboards are still being manufactured, in fact, the factory we toured is the only remaining manufacturer of washboards in the US. The washboard music all began in rural America ...
... two. She looked confused and said, “Oh, I thought this other child was with you!”, indicating a 5 year old girl next to her. As she said that, she glanced over at the child and burst out laughing, saying, “Never mind! That’s my daughter!”
Today is our last day with the old tent…our new tent has FINALLY arrived from France (Buckner drove it here from Hugo, Oklahoma) and our crew guys are taking the old tent ...