Microtel Inn By Wyndham Mineral Wells/Parkersburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... actually very large, spacious, and almost brand new. Or at least immaculately maintained. We were led to the rear bar area, and explained that we did not wish to eat right now, just wanted a beer or two. No problem, the very amiable bartender served us the first two, and also brought out some corn chips with two bowls of salsa dip. Gratis of course. Sat there just watching the Little League World Series baseball on telly. Speaking of baseball, brought back a few memories of my ...
... had been industry - power plants, barges loaded with coal either being pushed on the river or tied up at the river bank. We could see the Ohio side which was quite rural - green dotted with a few houses. Now we were driving through that rural landscape looking over to the industry. Then it was reversed and the industry was in Ohio and West Virginia looked rural. There were quite a few chemical factories as well.
Back across the river to WV and I had ...
... Parkersburg and found a Dairy Queen. I took a break and then got back in the rain and rode towards Pennsboro. It was a gradual uphill ride all day and never seemed to go downhill. I was very happy to get off my bike when I got to Pennsboro. Tomorrow I will ride to Grafton which is about 60 miles. Today I rode 74 ...
... the mansion, but the rain finally drove us back onto the boat for the return trip to Parkersburg. It was only 3:30, and the last boat wasn't scheduled to leave until 4:30. When we got on the 3:30 boat, we turned around and saw that all the docents, ticket sellers, and other workers and visitors had all piled on the boat with us--nobody wanted to spend another hour out there in the pouring ...
How did we end up on some of these roads?
Four wheel drive only and that would need to be a truck with very high clearance. We have explicitly decided to follow the Google directions I printed before leaving Utah. The exactness and reliability have been excellent, but it does often default to the "shortest line between two points". Dirt road, big boulders, mud bogs, ...