Travel Blogs from Harrisonburg
We started north early enough and it's cloudy. The car is full. Really.
After about an hour we are at Pedro. You know they have the worst restrooms. By the way North Carolina has the best ones.
We stop at an Outlet mall in Smithfield. Nothing there really except more rain. On the road again but we do not see a thing. Have to put the Hazard …
... It probably took more gas to find the place than the money we got for the cans, but it was another adventure. This was a gigantic recycling plant, which I will send info about to our local recycling guru, Madonna. Altogether, our month's worth of cans netted $2.02. Anybody who knows us well, knows that I drink 4-6 cans a day of diet coke, and John limits himself to one beer per day and part of my coke., so ...
... and looked up into the mountains instead. I might be lying a bit, my eyes were closed almost all the time in the valley (asleep:-), but I did see some very, very beautiful sights. Oh, we did see some deer in the park but they could just as well have been seen in our old garden in Vrads. Ha ...
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)
Leaving Staunton, we travelled 60 miles on the Skyline Drive, arriving a the vintage Skyland Resort. The drive here was pretty, but most of the views were down to rural scenes rather than mountains as it was with the BRP. June drove some of the way. The speed limit is 35 mph, a bit slow for her usually. Skyland was built in the 1930's and taken over by ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet