BEST WESTERN Johnson City Hotel & Conference Center
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This hotel / motel is a bit strange. The inside of the rooms seems to have been recently renovated, however their was a pretty bad sent of musk and smoke left in the room. The rate was very affordable as they were having a special if you stay more than one night in a row. On a positive note the staff was very nice!
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... so pretty to see. Highway 81 has been nice, lots of places to stop for gas and to stretch my legs. I stopped late this afternoon for the day in a town called Kingsport Tn. It is just 12 miles south of Bristol VA/TN. About 4 hours to go to get to Nashville. ...
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Rain again but we managed not to get wet with 2 hail storms! In between, Dev took us to the Blue Ridge Parkway and across the Linn Cove Viaduct, then up Grandfather Mountain. Rises to 5946 feet. At the top is the Mile High Swing Bridge, at 5280 ...
Woke to rain and mist, but hoped it would improve. Unfortunately it did not, poured all day. Great family gathering for lunch of all Sara's family. Her Dad, Bill; brother Adam, wife Emily and children Rayley, Carson, Lucy and Rory; sister Maggie, children Caelin and Joni, and her mother-in-law Gail. Lovely to see them all again as we had not seen them since Andrew and Sara's ...
"Hang down your head, Tom Dula.....
Poor boy, you're bound to die".
(North Carolina folk song, Land, 1868)
Left our RV park camp, having survived the constant roar of of the traffic overnight. Stopped at Christiansburg and then back on the Blue Ridge Parkway. More open, cultivated farmland and denser forests. Lined with rhodedendrums, that will be beautiful in a few weeks.
Stopped at a look out, and climbed ...