Hampton Inn Parkersburg
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- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... road that actually wasn't all that busy. Decided to pull in to a little place called Ripley, but this time selected a Super 8 chain motel. I also made sure firstly that there actually was a bar to walk to. A Mexican Restaurant/ bar, just across the car park from us. Getting here, we drove on both days through the Appalachian mountains once more that I described in the last episode. The scenery continued to be serene, and just what I had imagined it to be, from the books I have ...
... to buy bread or even wraps at the grocery shop we stopped at but they did have bags of salad, to which we added our tomato and ham left over from yesterday. Could have taken some boiled eggs from breakfast if we had known the situation. Watched a pusher boat (or tow boat) push several large barges along the river and round a very tight bend in the Ohio River.
Wes did not get his coffee in Moundsville and then started to get tired after lunch and ...
... Parkersburg and found a Dairy Queen. I took a break and then got back in the rain and rode towards Pennsboro. It was a gradual uphill ride all day and never seemed to go downhill. I was very happy to get off my bike when I got to Pennsboro. Tomorrow I will ride to Grafton which is about 60 miles. Today I rode 74 ...
... treason for the plot, their lives were pretty much ruined, and the mansion burned down a few years later. Archaeologists later found the foundations and the mansion has been rebuilt and restored with many original and period furnishings.
The most interesting part of the tour to me was the kitchen, which was separate from the house in the fashion of those days (mostly for ...
... sections. At certain points it was easier, and much safer, to simply push our bikes along in the borrow pit. 11 miles later we found ourselves still alive, but rather exhausted from extensive effort. We prayed hard for safety. Prayers answered. We probably worked as hard as any day on the trip thus far.
In Mt. Clare the operator of a fifth-wheel Coca Cola delivery truck came ...