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Travel Blogs from Roanoke
... at the time but we were in for a lot more of this
stuff than we counted on.
We hit the border with John Denver singing away on our radio, not a care in the world. The sky was clouding over, the temperature was dropping (rapidly) and the miles were flying bye.
Some of the older buildings are so enjoyable to see, the stories these buildings must be able to tell would be amazing.
Part of the
drive took us ...
... 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 ...
... mid-1800s. Music was the centerpiece of family entertainment, but money was scarce. So, the washboard and an empty jug, along with a stick and a string attached to a metal tub turned upside down, became the backwoods answer to Saturday Night at Carnegie Hall.
Sunday we headed to West Virginia. Why West Virginia? West Virginia became the 35th state in 1863, when it seceded from Virginia and joined ...
... rights/marriage equality. This show has all of that and more. It’s hilarious, real, believable, and has characters I care deeply about.
Two funny instances at the ticket gate:
- Two little kids walked up hand in hand with a few adults. The older child, a boy around 5 years old, said to me matter-of-factly, "We are future boyfriend and girlfriend! I’m taking her to the circus." A woman with them, laughing, told me they met ...
... Parkersburg and found a Dairy Queen. I took a break and then got back in the rain and rode towards Pennsboro. It was a gradual uphill ride all day and never seemed to go downhill. I was very happy to get off my bike when I got to Pennsboro. Tomorrow I will ride to Grafton which is about 60 miles. Today I rode 74 ...