Extended Stay America - Roanoke - Airport
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... and then headed up past the waterfall. There were a bunch of small cascades where the water flows over deposits from the creek. We continued on and turned right at the next fork to follow the red-blazed Chamberlain Trail up to the top of the ridge. The trail is moderately steep, but nothing too strenuous. At the top, the trail makes a short loop around the summit, but the dense vegetation at the top prevented any ...
... who is clearly not a lazy bum but is clearly technically homeless. Some examples include: - Vicky and Peter Brunjes offering me a bed, dinner and home baked cookies because I went to high school with their son's wife. (Fun fact for McCombs readers: Jonathan Packard grew up in the same neighborhood and is a family friend) - checkout lady at CVS who declined to ring up my $8 bottle of sunscreen with my other items. When I asked about ...
I'm back at school again. Mom drove down which was nice since I haven't been passenger on the 7 hour trip down in years. I'm loving the freedom I have again. Don't get me wrong, living at home has its perks, but it also has its disadvantages. Going from totally free and independent to rules set by your parents wasn't a smooth a transition as I ...
... to the dam wall where we could tube or ride the rocket. It was just a great time. My body also recovered somewhat with a nice run and no alcohol, apart from a cider I had with dinner on our last night out at a sweet Italian restaurant. It was so simple but so perfect. It gave me a lot to think about and I was really glad we got to finish our trip in such style. Heidi ...
... amazement and gasps of pure astonishment as you take this claim in!!! Anyway, we set off on our journey onwards and upwards. The suburban roads gave way to a track which climbed at a surprisingly gentle incline through the deciduous woodlands and up to the peak. There, we were greeted by the more less ambitious tourists and locals who had driven their cars up in the normal way. There sure enough was the star, looking even more tacky from ...