Comfort Inn Bluefield
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... br> and, as such, it is prohibited from going through most highway tunnels and over
some bridges. I also have to be careful
about low bridges, since the camper is 12’ high and I don’t want to decorate the
face of some overpass with the air conditioner which sits on top!
I learned my lesson about that some time ago. When I was stationed at Ft. Benning in the
mid-1970’s I had a ...
These first few days on the road serve only to get me to the first stop... Washington, DC, where I will have the joy and honor to baptize my Goddaughter's two children, Aiden and Annah, on Sunday.
It seems Lacey and I have a some gremlins traveling with us. The truck fuel gauge is working when it wants to, so I am stopping for fuel every 250 miles by ...
... ranchers used to gather there to trade for supplies and to sell their herds since the cattle would weigh more before being walked all the way down the mountain (I know how they feel), so that's how the place got its name. It also explained why the wild ponies are there: after the government bought the land to turn into parks, trees and shrubs stated taking back the open highlands, so they introduced the ponies to keep the vegetation down since there weren't cattle grazing there ...
We also went into The Arts Depot - an old depot turned into artists' studios and a gallery. We met several artists and watched them work. The one who intrigued me the most was weaving tapetries. She had some beautiful ones and some were 3D. You can go to www.abingdonartsdepot.org and see the various artists. The weaver is Nancy Garretson and the second work pictured was ...
... stop with beautiful flowering trees, and in the afternoon, in Virginia, we actually saw cows with baby calves in green fields and beautiful purple flowered trees along the highway.
I think spring has finally arrived for us. Also, we just passed 40,000 miles in the RV – that's a lot of driving!