Trinkle Mansion Bed & Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... vines of what looks like poison ivy, and the underbrush impenetrable with 20 foot tall rhododendron bushes. There are also Christmas tree farms bigger than any I have ever seen with perfectly manicured rows on precariously steep slopes. I wonder what kind of machine or labor must be required to keep rows of tall trees in such good order. A lesson learned is that a long riding day must be followed by a shorter one. There isn't enough gas in the tank to go ...
... bread which we are taking to Chad in Texas. This was a specific request of Chad's to have Muddies banana bread. We will see how much makes it to Texas. Went out to dinner last night at the most God awful, worst, I do not have enough adjectives to describe how bad this Mexican restaurant was. I am not gotten on yelp other than to have occasionally look, I have never posted. However last ...
... after dinner, all in all a very good and chilled evening. This morning we are heading to Washington, we've got a final national park visit for a walk at lunch, so should be a good day. State count- 23 - New York - New Jersey - Pennsylvania - Ohio - Indiana - Illinois - Wisconsin - Minnesota - South Dakota - Wyoming - Montana - Idaho - Utah - Nevada - California - Arizona - Colorado - New Mexico - Texas - Louisiana - Mississippi - Tennessee - ...
... track but was a nice walk and a nice fall. We then caught a lucky break when the GPS took us the longer (but more practical) way to the next planned stop. On the was we decided to call into Sliding Rock. Damien had read that this would be very crowded in Summer so hadn't planned on stopping. It was early enough that the crowd was pretty managable and Damien was able to join the queue (of mostly children) to slide down the "waterfall". It was great fun but very cold. We then ...
... Appalachian mountain range. I later googled and found out this is classified as the 'white ghetto' , kinda fitting considering we replaced the toilet block for a bush in stumbling distance by 11pm! Tbh, there is not much else to say about this day - the pictures speak for themselves! The guides equipped use with whiteboard pens for a bit of window doodling. Free drink for correct guess on what my beautiful piece of artwork is - maybe I can cross another career off the list ...