Country Hearth Inn Washington Court House
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We awoke early this morning so we got up and got on the road by 6:45 am. We left under cloudy skies with a drizzly rain that turned heavy off and on for the first three hours. In an attempt to avoid as many tolls as possible, we traveled out I-70 to I-68 into West Virginia passing Sideling Hill and Cheat Lake along the way.
Once into Pennsylvania on I-79 we hopped off the interstate to take a look at the Hughes Bridge, a covered bridge built in 1889 on a side ...
1. Keystone Celebration, by John Cheetham
2. Air from Orchestral Suite No.3 by J.S. Bach, arr. Michael Allen
... a lengthy hibernation, in May I took my motorcycle safety course and had my license 48 hours later. Long story short, from May to Sept. I gathered roughly 500 miles of experience riding around town including a 200 mile trip thru Hocking Hills. Never in the rain, wind, or dark of night I have convinced myself I’m ready for a 5000 mile journey across the United Sates and there was no looking back. Somewhere ...
It's been a few days since I could update the blog, my phone died Tuesday evening and I couldn't recover it until we got to St. Louis! Then Thursday we had very little service on the drive to northern Arkansas and no service or wireless at our condo! Craziness! But now were back home and I'm going to finish out the blog with the remainder of our stops...
Ohio was great! We stayed with Uncle Tom (my Dad's younger brother) and Aunt ...
... ve been in every county in Ohio.
My last night before getting to New Jersey was a cool breezy
one, so I decided to car camp after having dinner at a Golden Corral buffet
outside Gallipolis, Ohio. One thing I like about Appalachia is that whenever I
travel through it I always feel so thin! Every year we hear about the increase
in the percentage of Americans who are overweight or obese with southern and Midwestern
states at the head of the pack. The difference ...