Dawson Village Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Today was another travel day. We didn't plan on seeing anything in particular, but rather just traversing as much of the South as possible. That entailed getting from VA to a suburb of Atlantic prior to nightfall. On paper, easily achievable. In reality....riddled with accidents. As it turns out, we weren't the only ones traveling on Good Friday. We did however make it to Suwanee, GA with daylight to spare! Just a few miles away Jen discovered was Georgia's largest mall, ...
... while hiking just made it worse. Hiking in the rain was fine, as it kept me cool and keeping moving kept me warm. I did a short day of only about 6 miles, since that was when I hit the next shelter. I was one of the first people there, so I snagged a spot inside and changed into some dry clothes. The rest of the day was spent under my down quilt watching the shelter fill up, which it did very quickly. Plenty of people had to camp around the shelter, or ...
... called Mountain Crossing that sells pizza and coffee so I quickly changed my mind. I ended up staying here in the hostel, it's supposed to pour tonight so I couldn't pass up the opportunity for a dry bed. Planning on doing about 11 miles tomorrow, it's supposed to rain and snow tomorrow so we will see if I'm able to make it to Low Gap ...
... Gap tonight. I've only been out here for 3 days but I'm already learning a lot and trying to adapt as much as I can. These past three days have been incredible and I can't wait for tomorrow. "The very basic core of a man’s living spirit is his passion for adventure. The joy of life comes from our encounters with new experiences, and hence there is no greater joy than to have an endlessly changing horizon, for each day to have a new and different sun." -Into the ...
... to do so in my previous posts. I met Will while working at Gearhead Outfitters in Shreveport. He was born in California, moved to DC, and then spent the majority of his life in Austin Texas (he's been all over the place). I mentioned the AT one day after work and told him (half-jokingly) that he should come with me. Well, he took it to heart and actually considered the offer. I wrote him off, not ...