Microtel Inn And Suites By Wyndham Hazelton/Bruceton Mills
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... Kevin is snoring here, so I guess I should wrap this up. He did all of the driving today, even though I offered to help. Good job K. Thank you for bringing me to this wonderful corner of the earth. b ha...I think this is going to wake Kevin up. There is a parade of about 20 firetrucks going town the street in front of the inn. Our innkeeper warned us so that we would not be alarmed. Pretty ...
... Pity we could not wait around to find out.
Drove in and out of fog along the I 19. Stopped to take photos of the fog in the valleys and hugging the mountain tops. Tried to find a view off a side road without success so went back to the highway to take photos from where we had first seen the view. Later there was a scenic overlook to the valley on the other side of the mountain.
Although the I 19 which becomes the I ...
... with the trashy Dairy Queen for birthday lunch! The lodge was off the beaten track in the middle of a forest with rustic log cabins and yurts and to stay in. We had a nice dinner and several wines in the restaurant that night before enjoying our sleep in the peaceful surrounds. The next morning we were up a little early for breakfast so they gave us a couple of coffees in takeaway cups and we wandered around the grounds. We spotted a couple of hammocks in the trees so Donelle thought ...
First, the answer to last entries quiz is: horse drawn Amish wagons. The pavement depression is a rut from the horse hooves, the lighter lines on either side from the steel wheels. Quite common, including potholes from the horses. I have been passing through a lot of Amish county, including sharing the rails trails with them. They do not wish to have pictures taken of them or their places so ...
Day of relaxation today. Breakfast was in the lodge dining room from 8-10am; eggs, bacon, and sausage, waffles, fruit and yoghurt and pastries. The morning activity for those that were interested was a golf tournament. Vicki, Deb and myself (the Anzacs) watched the first group start from the first tee then went for a walk around the houses. Barb, one of the locals not playing golf, showed us around the original cottages and also some large new houses that have been built ...