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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in shortly. Lacey and I
are sitting on our cabin’s deck enjoying a gentle breeze and temperatures in
the low 60’s. We needed to have the
furnace on in the camper last night and, since we are headed for the
Adirondacks in upper New York State, I filled up the propane bottles this
morning. The camper uses propane for the
furnace, hot water heater, generator and as an alternate source for ...
... VA. A poor dinner at Denny's... I should know better by now. A little food shopping and then back to the camper and turned the heat on.
Watched the movie, "I Am Gabriel", last night. It has a great message of hope and faith! How God can bring revival to a depressed and hopeless town using a young boy... or is he?
Tonight? Early to bed.
... live music, a hiker talent show, and a whole lot more. It pretty much sweeps up most of the hikers within a few hundred miles either direction of Damascus, and the town is completely overrun with hiker trash, so much so that they create an entire area called Tent City to house them all and run shuttle back and forth constantly. I was on the fence about going, because it sounds like fun but it requires going back to Damascus and taking three days off the trail, but ...
... the Scales, the day's hike was pretty normal. I ran into trail magic, and even though I stayed there a bit and went fairly slowly I still made good enough time that when I got to a road crossing 15 miles in where I planned to hitch into a nearby town to stay at a church-run, donations-based bunkroom, I decided to go on a few more miles to a shelter, bringing my total to 19. I felt decent, but my legs and feet were tired enough that I decided to keep my milage to 14-16 miles for ...
... Mabry Mill Restaurant which was recommended in our Lonely Planet for its breakfasts. Indeed it was a great little place for a special breakfast, and it also happened to be the opening day of their season. Given the weather and its location, a few miles from any town, we expected it to be almost empty. We were surprised to find it quite full. Apparently it is a tradition for local folks from all around to come and wish them “first day”. We both had ...