Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Lexington
Travel Blogs from Lexington
... did not see it. I am hoping to see him still, Michelle is not so keen.
So we will stay a while longer, at least till the weekend when the Canadian F1 is on. In the evenings we make huge bonfires and sit around till late.
Things to do still: catching a fish in the lake and taking the Whaler over to the Chesapeake for a few days and have fun on the water and maybe meeting Coramandel? ...
... picked up, we filtered some water out of the stream.....oh yea, I had filled my Camel Back with 1.5 liters of water (it is a 3 liter Camel Back, so I am able to add water allcday and the ice cools it down ) last night, and put it in the freezer - ice cold water all day, and even at camp!! Around 2pm, I caught a lizard, he tried to run up a tree, but, he didn't run fast enough! After getting up the hill we ran into Mountain Momma, she is back on the trail and ...
... seen, and yet here I am, starting a journey to Australia.
Maybe it's a good thing to keep in perspective.
In either case, I've flown over America now, and I wait in L.A. to fly to Melbourne.
A 15ish hour flight by the way. (Maybe less, maybe more.)
I plan to keep my camera close at hand, so if I see any more spectacular views, I can take pictures of them on my own camera, instead of someone else's phone.
... of feeling from scare to screaming to laughing to nervous.
There is a birds house where you can feed them on a little stick with sesame seeds on it. This stick also attracts the birds to come to you. It's very cool to see about 4 or 5 of them coming to your way at one time.
... mile scenic route straddling the Appalachian Mountains, running from Virginia, south through to Cherokee, North Carolina. After joining the parkway we had a late lunch at Humpback Rocks (scenic look out), at the 6 mile mark. As it was getting dark we exited the parkway at the 45 mile mark (not before seeing afew deer!), and made our way here to Motel 6 in Lexington.
Looking forward to tomorrows drive.. the scenery is awesome, and there is hardly ...