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... bigger too. There was also a spot where we could get out and float down on our backs which was really relaxing. Once we arrived back to camp and dried off we had a quick lunch then hit the road. It took us an hour and a half to reach Knoxville, Tennessee which is where Nicole went to Uni so she gave us a quick driving tour round campus. It genuinely looked like the uni's you see in films which was so cool. We then carried onto ...
Terry told me this leg wouldn't be very hilly but it was but not as bad as it will be tomorrow.
We got here around 12:30 and just beat the rush. Set our chairs up under the shade tree as there was a nice breeze, got a snack and watched all the rigs pull in. This is the first ...
Today was a great day. Breakfast at the Best Western was perfect, oatmeal, coffee and OJ, all for $2.50. Rt 522 from the hotel to Port Royal was a great 4 lane country road and didn't feel like a highway. Entered Sky Line Drive on the North side. Sky Line Drive/Shenandoah National Park was majestic. The views and twisties, (curves) ...
... br> and, as such, it is prohibited from going through most highway tunnels and over
some bridges. I also have to be careful
about low bridges, since the camper is 12’ high and I don’t want to decorate the
face of some overpass with the air conditioner which sits on top!
I learned my lesson about that some time ago. When I was stationed at Ft. Benning in the
mid-1970’s I had a ...
These first few days on the road serve only to get me to the first stop... Washington, DC, where I will have the joy and honor to baptize my Goddaughter's two children, Aiden and Annah, on Sunday.
It seems Lacey and I have a some gremlins traveling with us. The truck fuel gauge is working when it wants to, so I am stopping for fuel every 250 miles by ...