BEST WESTERN Lee-Jackson Inn & Conference Center
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No pictures today. The remote to Go Pro died. The ride was generally nice. Started off cool in Ct. and I had to add a couple of layers. I rode 427 Miles today and stopped for lunch. Winchester VA begins the fun part of the ride. Skyline Drive to Roanoke Va. then I jump on I- 81 again to Wytheville VA. Trying Natty Greens English Style IPA from …
... one that mentions when they lived, what they ate, and any interesting facts. It was a cute place that gave the dinosaurs a little more life-like feel than just a book.
Headed home from here with enough time to pick up the dog!!
Can't wait for our next adventure!
... Harper's Ferry this season, out of the more than 3,000 estimated to be on the trail. So I'm still in front of the main bubble of hikers. It's weird to think that there are so many people behind me doing the same thing I did.
Harper's Ferry itself is a pretty cool little town. For one, I simply liked it because, when walking down a residential street, all the houses were different. No cookie cutters here. It would go from red brick to plastic siding to stucco to wood paneling ...
... is very similar to West Virginia. From the state line it was abut 20 miles to Winchester. It was a mostly downhill ride which was a nice break. Winchester is huge and we were able to find a Chili's. It was so nice to eat a good meal at a restaurant. Tomorrow I will be riding into D.C. and I hope it's not too busy. Today I rode 60 miles. ...
... down to the river we spot a fisherman wading out in the middle of the river.
"That looks refreshing" Tim says.
The weather is a bit cool for swimming--but it's an opportunity we can't pass up: the Shenadoah looks like a river you've got to experience up close and personal... wide, lively, and with all these long, narrow boulder rising up in the middle.
"I'm going in" I tell Tim
"I am too" he responds.
I thought it would be so cold I'd ...