The Historic Morris Harvey House Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Had a bit of a lie in at Dansville and headed off South again around 11.00am on 30 July. The interstate travelled through more corn growing country as well as the odd sign for local wineries. Didn't see any vineyards though. It was enough of driving for one day around 5.00pm after leaving there, and found a budget hotel in downtown Gettysburg. Tariffs of $76 per night - standard double room, 3 stars, free ...
Slept in until after 7am. Headed to the original Bob Evans restaurant at homestead and ranch in Rio Grande, Ohio. I had a problem with the bike - all the electrical went out in the front, so while we were waiting for our food, I went out and took my seat off to see if anything looked out of place, and it did, so apparently I fixed it since I didn't have any problems the rest of the day! Susanne planned a ...
... by the picnic table, had a few more brewskies, smoked a cigar I had been holding since the Bahamas and laughed our butts off. Me and grace passed out in the hammock, then were awoken by grumpy men... I was uhhhhh "tired" so the night was a blur, but apparently I enacted a rain dance in hopes of better climbing weather the next day .I love this group of people...there is never a dull moment.
My rain dance worked! the next day it wasn't pouring! We went to ...
The first time I went to the New River Gorge, it was awesome! I had just started climbing outside and I was ecstatic to try out this area everyone was raving about. My friend Jeremy who got me outside in the first place invited me out with him, the other Jeremy (aka Fox) and a couple of his very cool friends (Josh, Adam, and Daniel). I got there late on a Friday night after they had already been climbing and found ...
... back up to the top. There is also a visitor’s center where there is a walkway to the scenic lookout. We took some pictures of the bridge just as the sun came out. In the fall, they close the bridge and let people bungee jump off the bridge!! Then it was off to Beckley, which used to be a coal mining town. The Coal Mine Museum was closed. It ...