Ameristay Hotel Inn & Suites Waverly
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... headed west. I had decided months ago really, before I even learned to ride that I would make this trip. Let me rewind, for over a year I had owned a 2001 Harley-Davidson FXDXT that had been patiently hibernating in the garage, as its new found owner had no clue how to ride it. I traded a 1972 Oldsmobile Delta 88 that I had acquired via Craigslist for $2500 straight up for Silvia (yep, I named her). ...
Southern Ohio is not heavy on interesting sights worth a
stop as you’re crossing the state by that route. One, though, is Hopewell
Culture National Historical Park, an archaeological and interpretive site of
ancient Native American mound building cultures which inhabited the Mississippi
and Ohio Valley regions. The Mound City Group is the ost significant of several
sites in the area near the town of Chillicothe, but there’s really not much to
... are pretty anti climactic ( no offenses to the wonderful residents). Although Lucas did forget to put the car in par twice and when we got out the car began to roll backwards!! Of note there are many walmart and no targets to be found. WV is nice so far and ...
... as beautiful of country. So green. We spent an hour in a downpour. We looked like "huddled masses" on the roadside as we had been caught with no place to protect us from the opened skies. Yes, very drenched, then we rode around the corner and there was a gas station, oh well.
We were stopped at a crossroads, checking our maps and a woman and her daughter stopped to see if we needed help. She said this area was where she grew up and it is still the family farm. ...
... all night about losing a day of riding. I was hoping to get to see Debbie, but with all our planning and getting ready, she was too far away. We traveled back and forth between Ohio River towns to find topo maps. From big box retailer to sports stores and eventually the public library, we struck out until we went into the C store within a wedge of our motel and there we found Delorme's Ohio. Now we can plot on a map what we've got in text form ...