Vanquility Acres Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today is the first day I felt good riding. I still feel good after 66 miles. So good I bought a 24oz Bud Light to celebrate. This morning things seemed very bleak. I woke up feeling like **** after a huge hill climb to the wet wreckage of heavy thunderstorms through the night and there was a dangerously thick fog for riding a bike on mountain passes with cars. The fog burned off in an hour and I spent 3 hours riding with temps in the 60's ...
We had a few difficulties on the way to Virginia that day... Heidi was having fairly severe chest pains so we pulled into the hospital on our way up and spent a couple of hours there until she was given the all clear. After that the trip flew by and we arrived at Smith Mt. Lake just after lunch on Friday. The place was amazing! A nice old house situated right on the lake ...
Had a good couple of days. A couple of Cheryl's high school friends, who are married, Molly and David Woody, joined us at the campground for lunch. They stayed on into the evening. We were joined later by Sue, Cheryl's sister and her husband Denny along with Cheryl's mom. Weather was good, we sat outside having a few drinks and laughing and carrying on. Very nice visit. Today, we went to Cheryl's mom's church, along with the Woody's, and Cheryl sister and Denny. ...
... to a nice viewing deck build by the Forest Service. The waterfall is quite big, but not terribly impressive as the water flow was low, even with all the rain this weekend. We were kind of surprised given all that rain. Down here, however, the foliage was beautiful - the best we had seen all weekend. Many of the trees had changed and despite the dreary weather, the trees were bursting with ...
The National (should be called "International") D-Day Memorial is an amazingly well-thought out, well-presented monument to those members of the Allied Expeditionary Forces who gave their lives on June 6, 1944 on the beaches of Normandy.