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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the Norfolk area it was west on highway 58....no interstates when you can avoid them.....another Kuehnl Travel Rule. 58 was a great road that made for an interesting study in gasoline prices. You'd think the further from civilization you are, the more expensive gas would be, but that's definitely not the case in Virginia. The lowest price we saw was $2.54 ...
... because our "RV" didn't have any or multiple Air Conditioners. Gotta like that! It really is a nice place and the owner stopped by and even offered a vacant cabin! We elected to stay in our "RV". Such nice people.
Tonight is our first cooking "attempt" with our Cuisinart grill I found last summer at the Pemaquid Lake Campground after someone had discarded it. I refurbished it and had fired it up several times. It worked fine, ...
... missed some major items that will bite us. Ride up was great, with good temps (90's) and very good roads. Came up MS 302 to US 72 to MS 7/ TN 18 and then to TN 100 and over yo 22A and 22 to PCRV Park. Managed to pick up a BBQ Joint for the Smoke Chasing Grand Tour at Jacks Creek ( HOO-HAH). Plan tomorrow is to head as due North as possible in order to get to Duluth by Thursday PM and the Aerostich ...
... because, "it was only fifty bucks a night and included a FREE melt-in-your-mouth Steak Dinner; that would be if you like cedar, 'cuz there's lots of that"! Thereafter we back-tracked about a mile, uphill of course, and checked inn at the Deerfield Inn; not a boutique hotel. Our past overnight stays have shown that some motels do not have guest laundry facilities so when we asked if the motel had them on premises, Tina, the Manager gladly offered the use of their machines ...
... to stay off of the treacherous county roads and took a four-lane divided state highway with a luxurious eight-foot shoulder, gently rolling hills and NO DOGS! We felt as if we were in a dream cruising along at 13+ average mph. Ten miles in we were quickly brought back to reality when we crossed into another county and the roads narrowed to two lanes and the obligatory five to eight-inch shoulder! Another seven miles had us going through New Johnsonville ...