Holiday Inn Express Forest City
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... power companies use their land for solar panels and lo and behold we passed one if those too. We found the town of Aberdeen and then the Hampton Inn. They have cookies and I do believe they are the best yet. They actually tasted homemade. After a short rest, we are off to find some dinner. Dinner was at Kickback Jacks and boy was that a hopping place. There are tvs everywhere and they were playing corn hole out on the porch. They even had a putting green. ...
... to the house. We stopped on the bridge going over and of all things watched the snakes in the river. Yuk! There were plenty too! Jerry even saw a rattlesnake on the way back.
Of course we are in the mountains so everything is up hill. Although I am not as sore as I thought I would be today my calves still hurt some when going up and down. Fortunately there were no steps, just hills. Our first stop was the goat barn. Mrs. ...
... that the elevator was not working but we could climb up to the rock. That was not a problem since we had planned to do that anyway. Again, little did we know. There are 491 stair steps to reach the top with platforms placed at various intervals – thank goodness for that. I wasn’t sure I would make it but we plodded on and indeed we did get to the top. There is a lounge and gift shop at the top and I think Jerry would ...
We arrived at Tom Johnson's about 1:30 and Jerry said he hoped to be away by 3:00. I thought surely we'd be away much sooner than that but as usual I was mistaken again. We met with Jeff Phillips and he went over the repairs that had been done and everything seemed to check out. After that Jerry wanted to meet with Ray, the service administrator to ask about the $700 that we had paid to Camping World for the fuse ...
... activated a backup power source (against protocol because he did it out of order) which allowed him to keep using a technology called 'fly-by-wire’ which gave him control over things like steering, pitch, altitude, and so forth. That in turn allowed him to choose the Hudson and to get to a place where he could put down, missing the Brooklyn Bridge in the process. I thought it was really interesting that both ...