Country Hearth Inn Camden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... southeast wasn't preserved at all. In the early evening I drove into the Land Between the Lakes recreation area to try and find the primarily-submerged location of Fort Henry, and although I made a quick walk to the shoreline near the historic location I wasn't able to take the time to explore the trails leading to the few remaining rifle pits ...
... 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 ...
Getting up at 6:30 wasn't difficult after spending the night with Joe and Vicki Harris in Woodbury. They had coffee on and Joe made a batch of pancakes and sausage which hit the spot. Because we didn't camp, loading the vehicle was a snap. After handshakes, hugs and a couple quick photos we hit the road again, heading west. This is day 3 in Tennessee and the weather is just too good to travel very far. We easily drove through ...
Left Nesbit at 1330 today headed for Parker's Crossroads RV park and a meeting with the owners (Steve and Mike) about preparations for the RAMS Rally this year. Meeting went well, if long due to the number of issues that we had not covered to this point. The having to stop and run the business did not make it any quicker either. After about 2 1/2 hours we think we have it all worked out, but I am ...
... a nail in the truck stop parking lot. Jim called someone to come to change the tire (we have a road service). He said we can't fix it. So we drove on another 75 miles to the campground. Jim found someone to sell us a new tire and we’ll be on our way again.