Holiday Inn Express And Suites Hazard
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... have been chased every day, some of the group uses pepper spray to stop the aggression. I Have been fairly successful with throwing pepperoni snacks to distract the animal long enough for me to move on. We all hope that Virginia will be calmer in this ...
It was raining when we awoke this morning in Hazard Kentucky at the Hampton Inn so we were pleased to have a rest day to do laundry, repair bikes and just relax a bit before heading into the hills once again. We have 9 days of riding ahead of us and some of the most challenging terrain between Eastern Kentucky and Charlottesville, Virginia. If the weather is good to us we should not have any trouble. For today it is relax, and watch the British Open or the ...
We are beginning to ride in the Appalachian Mountains. On the older roads the grades run up to 17 % while the state highway routes are gentler, but longer as they climb and fall along the topography of Eastern Kentucky. Today we started in a downpour at 8 am and rode with it for some 20 miles before it cleared. The remaining 48 miles to the pickup point ...
... week, and shortly after 6:00 p. m. we were finally cutting and attaching the last few spindles to the porch stairs that we had spent the day constructing. As we hung the last one we called over Cameron (who we fondly nicknamed Cam), our five-year old new best friend, to screw in the last two screws to the porch with the power drill. The smile on his face and sense of accomplishment and pride in his eyes were hard not to grow emotional over. Then, since ...
... has become one of the songs that we heard at the Bluegrass concert. It’s called "Somebody Touched Me", and we were singing it in the car ride all the way home last night. We even bought a copy of the CD so we could sing it the rest of the week! In addition to singing during the car ride, we stopped to experience the “swinging bridges” that connect people’s homes to the road, across the creek. The bridges are the only way the homeowners can get ...