Wampler House Bed and Breakfast
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... had also kindly came over early from her home to say a goodbye.
So off we go to Nashville, the weather is rainy, misty and weird but it makes a nice relaxing drive through the hills and forest. Along the way, I fit a quick 10-20minute powernap in, and then pass the time by catching up on the blogging on the laptop. We stopped about an hour out from Nashville for fuel and to stretch our legs.
... change of clothes I 'mommy-made' him pack in his carry-on bag. As Rick Steves says, no one comes back from a trip abroad saying he wished he had packed more stuff, which is a lesson we are taking to heart. You have to understand the back story here. We're used to traveling by car and each trip finds at least one shirt, sometimes two, ...
We got up at 7:15 AM today but got started around 8:30 AM. Today was the last day of our hike so our packs felt lighter and we didn't fill up our water bladders. We had figured, from the map, the car was 9 miles away and that we could drop pack at the car before finishing the last 4 miles.
We had a couple of 200-300 foot accents today, one as soon as we hit ...
... and I started to have foot and knee issues. I later found that my hiking boots were ready to be retired, lack of tread and sole. We stopped for water at an unmarked creek and at lunch for approximately 30 minutes.
We decided to setup camp within the Yellowwood State Park campgrounds as the the grassy open area describe online by the Hoosier ...
... was detour in the hike due to logging, which we knew about, but we failed to take the alternate route, which messed up our sense of direction at a Y and we went back north for almost .5 mile, thank you compass. One should take the left trail once coming upon the trail sign for this detour. Even with this detour, we made it to camp around 4:30 PM at the Foxes Den Shelter. The ...