Hampton Inn Jonesville/Elkin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Jonesville
... life in the past, then continued on our way. We followed the MST back to the intersection and turned right onto Bluff Mountain Trail (which is also the MST) and headed towards the campground. The Bluff Mountain Trail mostly parallels the Blue Ridge Parkway along its roughly 7.5-mile length. Along the way, we passed through some beautiful open meadows along the parkway with lots of wildflowers in bloom. There were ...
... as 90-ish degrees out today and totally sunny. With lunch, whichever leader is driving the van and trailer (the four leaders rotate), goes to about the half way mark on the ride and sets up for us. After lunch I rode with Mary and Julie. We met up with some other folks at a strawberry farm for some strawberries, ice cream and goat petting. It was a goat farm too... Did I not mention that? After that Mary, Julie and I hopped back onto our bikes to finish out those last 30 miles. ...
... from which we made a net profit of -$8. We stopped again for strawberries and goat petting. I finished off the ride with Annie and Taylor after some games of "would you rather" to pass the time and then we snagged some donations at a gas station on our way to the host. Dinner and showers were incredible tonight. Another 80-some miles into Charlotte ...
A day of not doing much. Four of the teams were playing at a local High School and the VB1 had to go and watch. So we wandered around a local Mall for a couple of hours, buying "bargains". Sleep and then dinner at a nice steakhouse next door. Dessert was at ...
Up bright and early for a long drive. Picked the girls up from their billet family, and then it was a 400km drive to Mocksville, NC for all of the teams to play against the Davie County War Eagles. The VB1 team played another good game, but unfortunately went down by a few points to a team that had a couple ...