Holiday Inn Express Shelby
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Shelby
... the second my group pulled into host this evening it started to rain. The first thirty miles were good, really good. There was a small stretch of today's ride where we were on a legit highway. It was terrifying. The leaders were shuttling that part of the ride, I just didn't check my phone in time. And then there were another ten miles laTer in the ride where the road was pretty busy. It'll be nice out west when ...
... of various men's names, so I now am imprinted with "Brandon" on my calf (see attached picture). We all tried to come up with a love story of to explain our "tattoos"- it essentially ended in a laughter fest. The last 30 miles dragged on but we eventually made it to Forest City, just in time to take hose showers while it thundered and poured rain on us. Good times ensued! Asheville ...
... Lynn's home in the country. We toured her home and land, sat on the back porch watching hummingbirds and listening to hawks and frogs, had a delicious dinner with Southern Chicken Pie and cousin Sandy's recipe for cake in a mug, and just for visited for hours. A wonderful visit, a comfortable bed indoors, a peaceful ...
... retirement ceremony from the Air Force. In the afternoon we
toured the Pentagon. A pleasant yet, too short a visit with them and
As soon as I finish treatments here we
will return home to WV for a short stay. Christmas plans are unsure
for now. We hope to see many of you while are at home and see our
traveling friends along the way soon.
..until then, stay well
We traveled on the 27th to Meridian, MS, and on the 28th to Carrollton, GA. Both were pretty uneventful overnight stops. On Sunday morning we left the John Tanner State Park in Carrollton, GA, to head for home. There was no good way to avoid going through downtown Atlanta, and we correctly surmised that traffic would be lightest on Sunday morning than at any other time. Miss Garmin steered us ...