Hampton Inn South Hill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After 191 days, 36 states, and over 7,300 miles, it's time. That's right. It pains me very much to do this, but 6 months on the road has taken a very heavy toll.
So, I must now officially announce that my 27 1/4" Continental Gatorskin front tire and my 20 year old, size 9 Shimano biking shoes have finally seen their final miles. The trusty tire was one especially made for touring with super tough Kevlar ...
... getting hung up in snags.
Maria caught a catfish,
Heather caught a ******.
And surprise, surprise I caught a fishy too.
... trees, and an open bathroom behind the bed with Jacuzzi and triple head monsoon shower!
Our hosts, Tom and Pat, are amazing folk and hosts. They like to sleep outside, and the climate is perfect for it, so their bed is outside on a deck overlooking the lake. Best of all Tom and Pat had their grandkids over to stay so all the kids were happy as, playing and swimming off the dock. Their dock was the centre of our lives ...
... Just before 2:00 we stopped in Savannah, Georgia for lunch at Cracker Barrel. I was disappointed that Miss Paula Deen wasn't there to greet me, as I have always been one of her biggest fans. Nevertheless, lunch was delicious as always. Courtney ordered a small serving of hash brown casserole with a side of fried apples. Nancy ordered the turkey soup with homemade noodles and a side of biscuits. I stuck to my standard choice at Cracker ...
... who love you the most. I would've really wanted to stay and end the mission right here and now, but like in the excerpt from Warrior of the Light, the "Voice" is calling me to continue on. My next stop is Raliegh, NC, I'll be able to access Rt. 40 from here in order to make my way to Tennesse. I'm excited. I hope you are too. Continue to travel along...I'll be posting pictures of Raleigh very soon...
For now Peace & Prosperity to All!