Microtel Inn By Wyndham Mineral Wells/Parkersburg
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... up late last night with me writing the blog and Wes doing the photo naming. We had been out late exploring the Mt Washington area so did not start our evening tasks until quite late.
Breakfast at Holiday Inn Express was probably the best we have had provided by a hotel so far for cold choices. There were the same sort of hot options - egg and cheese round omelettes, little sausages and turkey patties. But the cold options were more varied - small ...
... 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 ...
Looking out from the many fantastic viewpoints in the park will also provide a glimpse into the unique cultural history of the New River Gorge area that contributes to the significance of this place. From almost any viewpoint in the park one will see the railroad tracks that opened this rugged and isolated land to the outside world.
By the time we got back to town the rain had let up a bit, so we took a short stroll around Parkersburg's Julia-Ann Square historic district and looked at the Queen Anne and other Victorian-style houses before heading down to Charleston to get my State-Capitol fix.
Charleston is a big industrial city but has some lovely corners. The original downtown has been ...
... way around it. Pull on the big boy panties and soldier on. We rode like madmen, exerting all our energy to gain speed and then dive off the road when we encountered dangerous road sections. At certain points it was easier, and much safer, to simply push our bikes along in the borrow pit. 11 miles later we found ourselves still alive, but rather exhausted from extensive effort. We prayed hard for ...