Greenbrier Motel & Restaurant
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... of the final three cities, we will stay two nights. That is good since we have already stayed in eleven different hotels and we have gotten pretty skilled at dragging in only what we really need.
Tomorrow we drive to Lexington, Kentucky which will be our fifteenth state visited on this journey. Hopefully we will find a couple historic sites to visit in West Virginia as we make our way to the Bluegrass ...
... but you have to wonder now that the secret is out why would they have replaced all of the generators with up to date engines that operate independently of the Hotel along with an independent water supply of hundreds of thousands of gallons. There are numerous locked rooms unavailable on the tour in which we were told there were electronic records of some of the top 100 fortune 500 companies in the USA and the reason for not allowing phones ...
... deer mating season. Adding to the intensity, we came upon a motorcycle accident scene where some guy failed to negotiate a curve and put his bike under a guardrail. Luckily the sheriff and ambulance had already arrived so we slowly made our way through the emergency vehicles. Needless to say that was like throwing a wet blanket on a fire. We became super cautious after that thinking some how we picked up that bad juju like hitch hikers outside of ...
... t remembered how to use the CB radios yet).
So with Stuart in his new boots, on new bike and still rubbing jet lag out of his eyes off we set. Heading in the general direction of Chicago, we had booked into a B&B in Philippi. (For those with some biblical but no geographic knowledge this is not the city belonging to the Philippians to whom the Apostle Paul wrote to in the first century AD, its the one in West Virginia. It is famous for being the ...
This is our last night on the road! We're staying in Morgantown, West Virginia. A quaint town however no great sights to see. The highlight of this town for Steve is an Arby's located right across the parking lot from our hotel. Despite already having dinner he went to Arby's for a late night snack. Pennsylvania is our goal ...