Country Inn & Suites Harrisonburg
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... 70 mph and there is no reduction if towing) there was suddenly this flapping sound - we had lost a tread off the tyre that had only been on the caravan for three days (it was a brand new spare prior to that). Our frustration lifted to another level when we found that the steel retread had also broken the inside of the mudguard and created a hole big enough to put my foot through in the caravan floor. Stopping on the side of the freeway is not ideal at the ...
... visitor’s center. We were heading back there so he hopped in and told us some of his stories while we drove. He was in his 50s and had been hiking bits of the Appalachian trail for 10 years. He was also a deep sea diver and spent some times swimming around the shipwrecks in Nova Scotia. Overall a really cool guy! He was going to the visitors center to pick up some supplies for the next leg of his hike so we dropped him off and made our way ...
Came on back to the motor home and Jerry decided to take a nap. About 3:45 I decided to join him however I don't think I ever went to sleep. Just as I drifted off a big rig, an Allegra came in and for some reason decided he had to back his rig in his pull through. The thing beeped for about 10 minutes, enough to wake the dead.
We got up and decided we'd get groceries and ride through the University of Virginia. We ...
... we headed for Hawksbill feeling slightly defeated and ready to just call it a day. But Sailor was having so much fun, I just couldn't take that second hike away from him! Instead of our planned 2.6 hike we decided for the quicker, but steeper way up with a 1.7 mile hike. Short yes, steep definitely. There was a steady 30 percent incline the entire way up. We took it slow and steady, although Sailor just kept chugging along. This trail was ...
... as we had in Yellowstone. We made it to the waterfall and had a spectacular mountain view. Unfortunately, when you walk down a mountain you then have to walk back up a mountain. What a workout! A great workout deserves a great BBQ dinner. But dinner was bittersweet as we then had to say goodbye to our friends, the Muenchs.
Tomorrow we head North and we pray the short drive isn't as long as the last 2 short drives.