Holiday Inn Express Harrisonburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After much thought I have decided to make my September 23 destination Louisville, KY rather than St. Louis, MO. This would drop my daily average miles from 77 to 57. 77 is really the max I should do rather than the average. Of the 3 H's (heat, hills, health), heat is absolutely crushing me right now. I rode 67 miles today but it took almost 10 hours because of slow riding and lots of stops. Mountaineering training suggests 6-8 hours per day of hard moving is the max sustainable over ...
... and decided to stay in the Big Meadows Campground which is a National Park facility. It is a large camp with 221 sites, toilets, showers, laundry, camp store and each site has a table and fire pit - excellent value at $US20 a night. Our attempts at lighting a fire were not good - we put it down to wet wood as it poured with heavy rain all night - after all how could we be at fault? The camps are similarly run to Australian national parks with volunteer ...
Late start. We are still learning a routine. Foggy and cool but Tori still went for a swim. Breakfast became lunch and we made a quick trip to the store and for gas. We are going to chain restaurants but not the kind with drive-thrus. The day became progressively warmer, topping out at ...
... edge of a large meadow, but only caught one brief glimpse of anything beyond the tents in the fog. We checked out various booths, bought popcorn and blackberry honey, and eventually sat Elk and BTV down at the craft table. At this point we were pretty cold and hungry, so we drove a ways back towards Loft Mountain to a picnic area to eat lunch (in the car, since none of the tables were covered). It was then back to the ...
... feelings about the parkways. They are gorgeous roads, both scenically and in terms of engineering (they are a joy to drive). But, like the interstates, they bypass most of the towns. So by the end of the day I end up feeling like I covered a lot of ground, saw a lot of scenery and yet didn't really experience much.
We left the Parkway to explore the Red River Gorge area, with it's fascinating geology and vistas. Then we wound ...