Motel 6 Harrisonburg - South, VA
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... debating whether to kill it or wait for it to fly off on its own. I eventually hit it will my bag of tent poles and nailed it! Feeling awesome, I picked up my bike to realize I knocked the handle bars out of alignment by dropping it. Boom, 20 plus total minutes lost. Tomorrow is the highest hill climb of the whole trip. 3,000 vertical feet over 30 miles of switchbacks. Forecast is high 80's and scattered thunderstorms. The new destination makes me feel better about only covering 30-50 ...
... 70 mph and there is no reduction if towing) there was suddenly this flapping sound - we had lost a tread off the tyre that had only been on the caravan for three days (it was a brand new spare prior to that). Our frustration lifted to another level when we found that the steel retread had also broken the inside of the mudguard and created a hole big enough to put my foot through in the caravan floor. Stopping on the side of the freeway is not ideal at the ...
... took some photos of their Lincoln Highway sign. The fruit stand had marvellous fruit and vegetables, so we loaded up. Next, we went to CVS Pharmacy and got some necessities, then filled up with gas, and lastly, we went to the recycling center in Chambersburg. We had been collecting diet coke and Bud cans since the beginning of this trip a month ago, and decided to recycle here after asking someone where to ...
5 hrs in....Scott has cracked the whip and all VideoRay employes are working with utmost productivity.
For the quantitatively inclined:
Current fuel consumption is an average of 7.05 MPG....
Compared to the Tesla's 90 MPG(equivalent)
... campground, where they found the fog and brought it back to camp for the rest of the evening.
S’more’s and more shadow puppet shows and the boys were back to bed. Adult fire time was short, since A-lope had to return to the tent to comfort Elk who was scared but also way too excited about tomorrow, while Grizz tried to enjoy the fire as it continued to get colder and wetter before finally giving up and calling it a ...