Red Roof Inn Charleston West - Hurricane
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Well avid readers we escaped from New York. Didn't they make a movie about that? With Kurt Russell about a giant prison. Our destination was Huntington because we always seem to end up in dodgy places. Huntington is the second-largest city in West Virginia and the self-proclaimed "Weenie Capital of the East." Situated along the banks of the Ohio River, Huntington is home to Marshall University a state-supported ...
... movies that I have watched about the area. It really is pristine country. Tall trees of many varieties, closely growing together, and you can just imagine the haven it must be for the undoubtedly numerous black bears, mountain lions, and other wildlife that must abound within the thick canopy. You know what they say, don't go into the woods at night! At about "happy hour time" wandered across to the alleged bar/ restaurant. It is called Las Trancas, Mexican Restaurant, and the ...
... we drove through some pretty impressive mountains into West Virginia. This is my first time in WV (except for Harpers Ferry a couple weeks ago) - what a beautiful state!
We drove most of the afternoon through the mountains. We got rained on a couple of times - ...
... address of the campground and then I did a search and found the campground listed and did a route to that. Believe it or not they were different! Another problem with this GPS and I don't think updating will solve that problem.
Although it was cloudy and dreary when we left it soon cleared up and has been a pretty, sunny day for a change. We stopped around 12 at a Rest Stop for bathroom breaks and a quick lunch ...
... bluegrass festivals and Blue ridge Mountain music.
Jim and I decided that we needed to mix with some real people so after asking around we got a referral to the “Turn One Sports Bar”. The first thing we noticed was that everybody drinks Bud-Lite and the TV’s are tuned to Monster Trucks, football and NASCAR. We sat up at the bar and struck up a conversation with Beau & Bubba, two regulars ...