Hampton Inn Winfield/Teays Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Hurricane
... it was canceled due to torrential downpour. Instead we made fresh ravioli and played Scrabble. Elena is quite a whiz at Scrabble. Saturday morning still brought rain, so Pappy and Elena went to town and saw Jurrassic World at the theater. The afternoon brought sunshine and a beautiful day. We each made a paper boat and had a boat race. Mia's should have been the Titanic as it sunk fairly soon ...
... right across the border from Kentucky. We're about 8 hours from home, and decided we are sick of traveling, so tomorrow will be our longest day, a mad dash for home. So this will probably be the last blog entry, unless we see or do something tomorrow worth writing about. We hope you've enjoyed reading about our adventure. Stay tuned for the next one.
... on driving he said he was ill and would be better off driving. Just entered West Virginia at 2:10, only 26 miles from the campground in Milton.
We checked into Huntington-Foxfire KOA in Milton a little before 3:00. They gave a pull through and we can keep the tow dolly hooked up with the car. Will make leaving in the morning so much easier and faster. They have wonderful Wi-Fi so I've been updating the GPS ...
... us in on the local gossip about town. Beau told us that there would be a good band in the bar at 10:00 PM and I told him that I’m usually thinking about going to bed about that time. He looked quite shocked and said, “You ain’t in Kansas anymore, woman. You better git with a down home boy!” Instead, we heard that there was a Bluegrass Jamboree at Weeser’s Auction barn about 12 miles out of town so we headed down that ...
... by-side sea doo. For six weekends every fall, the gates of the Summersville Dam (2nd largest rock dam in the USA) are opened to create 28 miles of Class Six Whitewater Rafting conditions along the Gauley River. To experience “The Beast of the East,” kayaks and rafts navigate 12ft high 'pillows’ through 100 rapid areas with evocative names like Pure Screamin’ Hell, Lost Paddle, Mash ...