Days Inn Waynesboro
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... 8217;s home. Sure glad we didn’t have to walk up that hill.
The property was willed to Thomas Jefferson by his father, and when Thomas married his wife, Martha, they built a one-room home which they lived in until after the birth of their first child. Thomas had plans for Monticello, which was built in sections, but it was a work in progress from 1768 - 1808. He put so many details into the home which were both unique and ingenious. ...
We were up early-ish but got a later start than most in our hotel. Gates at the venue opened at 0600 and I was afraid everyone would be lined up to get in. So we waited. We left Charlottesville at 0900, arriving to our turn-off at 1000, but cops had it blocked. So we ended up going about 5 miles past the turn and back-tracking our way back to the line. ...
... much more to Glasgow than a grocery store, laundry mat and a library, it seemed to suck some hikers in and keep them there longer than planned, maybe because of the relative luxury of the shelter and convenience of town, all for free. Whatever the reason, it happened to Jersey Girl. While Sam, Mooch and I packed up and hitched out of town fairly early in the morning, Jersey Girl stayed to visit the library again, then had a hard time hitching back to the trail and ended up ...
... turned, gusty, and then very gusty. The camper jerked around on the road. The driving became a serious challenge. The gusts were relentless, but we kept up the pace and by mid-afternoon when we crossed into Virginia (our 6th state of the day) having passed through Harrisburg and Hagerstown, and a bit of West Virginia, things were much improved.
It was a day of steady driving, interstate driving, so on the whole rather boring and stressful (funny ...
... slowly yesterday and got a late start. By the time I got to the Park entrance there was a lineup of cars waiting to get into the park. The thought of being stuck behind a caravan of slow moving cars, the bane of most motorcyclists, gave me the shivers so I turned right around and got me a room at the Super 8. Set the alarm for 6 and was on the road at 6:50 this morning. I had a huge smile on my face as I entered the Park with not a car or motorcycle in sight. On yeah.