Holiday Inn Express Hurricane
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... until we got to Charleston where we had to switch highways. Just as we entered town the sky opened up and it poured. We could barely see the road but there was no place to pull over. Fortunately everyone else was barely moving too, so we managed to get through and on to the right highway.
Tonight we are in Huntington, WV on the ...
... DUUH!!!! Talked to a fellow camper in Memphis and he said yeh if you don't overdo your lights and such your furnace should run for a day or so on the battery. So it looks like we didn't have to freeze after all. Lesson learned.
Day two, a few obstacles but still a successful day as we were much farther South than we anticipated. Better for tomorrow as our drive to Nashville, our next stop, will be an easy ...
... largest city in West Virginia. Charleston does not have any major professional sports team, but it does have a minor league baseball and basketball team.
Next stop = Columbus, OH
Distance from Charleston= 162 miles
Distance from SHE = 804 ...
... before falling into a kettle of water. There was a tunnel from this bottom kettle to the rivers edge so loading them onto boats was easier. NOW, we understand why nobody could hit a barn door with a musket – the balls were about as irregular as hail.
Blue Ridge Parkway – Constructed strictly for the leisurely enjoyment of scenic wonders AND for those who have experienced it, this is “America’s Favorite Drive.” Very ...
... eventually runs through Charleston. The city is about ½ mile wide but 23 miles long (the core is about 6 miles wide). Surprisingly, the river is fairly busy with coal hauling tug/barge traffic. The shoreline is lined with very nice homes, marina’s and strolling parks but the city is old – very few high-rises, old brick buildings, rusty steel Quonsets and narrow streets. There are no new ...