Best Western Wytheville Inn
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We arrived in Charleston, the capital of West Virginia, and as our main goal was to show the 35 star flag, we headed to the W V State Museum first. It was just closing, but we stated our intent at the front desk, and an e-mail was sent to the director, Charles Morris.
Close to Charleston was a beautiful campground located in Kanawha State Forest, where we chose to stay. Above us were tall trees and beside our tent was ...
... the same response to them over and over, "Hey what are those on your poles?". After explaining them, I get the same response "Cool idea, and clears up side pocket space." After weeks of use, the only con I can think of, they are not water proof. But this is still not a big deal - I keep my knife, headlamp, compass, fishing lure, snacks, and lighter (you have the clicker type right?- not effected by water, because you are ...
... is as simple as holding your finger down on the swipe pad.....instant access to what ever level of brightness you desire, in white and red light :) . Being water proof.....love that! No worries of where to store it, no worries of how long to hike in downpours while night hiking, and the swipe pad still works without issues while wet! Changing out the 3aaa batteries is ...
... the sole of the shoe. Every shoe of this model, that I have seen on the trail has the same defect. Usually starting at around mile 150, there has been 4 pairs so far. I contacted the warranty department and had a little run around....even tho they know there is a defect with this model, the guy said 350 miles is excellent miliage for these types of shoes. Not true at all. There is still about 55% tread left, and I have put on a lot more miles on ...
... thunderstorms rolled in and soaked everything. Sleeping bags/clothes/packs/pads.....everything was soaked...and now it weighed an extra 7 pounds! The hike out was great, the hiking in the thunderstorm is great.......it is the waking up to everything being wet....and packing up wet gear that sucks butt. Finally made it to the road, hiked to town, and had real food to eat! Is good to be warm....even if my sleeping bag is still wet. Time to crash ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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