Econo Lodge Salisbury
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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After a drive of a few hours, we arrived at our motel in the small town of...Hurricane! Thankfully we didn't encounter any severe weather, and I thought of those who must have been affected by the flooding from Hurricane Joaquin. (There is also a place called Tornado somewhere in W. Virginia!)
We had a late dinner after checking into our motel. Again, I had a dinner of ...
... saying it brings images of rust, red, orange and bright yellow to mind. Actually, the autumn equinox arrives early tomorrow morning…like 4:21 a.m. EST, the time the sun passes directly over the equator. But just in case you're thinking to put away the shorts and flip flops and grab the sweaters, be warned that temperatures could be above average into early October. What always tickles me is when that first cool spell comes in, you see people out ...
... while sailing in the lake and the water had only come up to Tim’s knees when he got out to extricate the boat from the mud.
On previous visits to see T&T, they had introduced us to Hector and Elena who have a mainly English car restoration business. This time we had the opportunity to spend an evening in their company at one of the Village restaurants and also to visit their workshop to see some of their current projects – ...
... Sanitary in the summer – and as loud. I had crab cakes and they were over an inch thick and delicious. Oh, I’m supposed to tell everyone that when we sat down I knocked the bread and butter plate on the floor and yes, it broke! Then I nearly turned over a glass of water. Although the meal was delicious we all decided that we need a hamburger on Tuesday! Enough of the fancy ...
... the WORST high school football team ever. We scheduled the orphanage, Childrens' Home for homecoming every year so we could get ONE win. They only had one goal post at their field (you can look it up), so they played at West Rowan every year. Jim and I were the stars of the team, of course. That is how pathetic we were. Then, Jane's SECOND cousin, once removed, Diane and her husband, Tom, invited us for a wonderful meal ...