National Heritage Inn and Suites
Travel Blogs from Mount Vernon
... incredible, it is not called the hottest place on earth for nothing. You could feel the moisture leaching out of your skin. We made sure we had plenty of water in case we broke down and the mustang had some pretty cool gadgets to monitor the oil and cylinder head temperature so we had no issues. We stopped at Zabriskie Point, near where they had mined borax, with an amazing view. Incredible to read about the mining operations all those years ago, where they had ...
... got a detailed explanation of the process used to create the pewter molds which is almost the reverse process used by 3-D printers. Who knew how much technology has been used for years in this process? Not me. Back early to the campground for a walk around and then catching up on web stuff. Internet access in most campgrounds has been poor. Here I got 24 hours of great access for $4. A chance to catch ...
... Museum of the American Saddlebred, a high-stepping show horse developed in Kentucky. A very worthwhile visit. After finding a place to buy some groceries, I headed south on I-75, crossed the Kentucky River, and then six miles up a country road to Fort Boonesborough State Park campground. It's down in a peaceful wooded valley - nice to be out in the country. Sunny when I arrived at 5:00, rain started at 7:30, supposed to get down to 40 degrees the next two nights, then warm ...
Another beautiful day we are off to Yosemite there is a big fire so we see the smoke as getting. Closer it will be a long way from us and its a different fire to the one in the park this is on the other side we get views of it as we pass. Our cabins are ok there is no water at the fall Which is disappointing be they are in a drought We go off to walk the village it again was a good night bed not so comfy that's ...
This stop is planned in order to visit the owners and breeder of a dog I plan to get once I am back from Alaska. I am so excited about getting a puppy and December seems so far away (which is when I can bring the puppy home).
The puppy is a Malagasy Coton de Tulear.
We stayed at the KOA in Renfro Valley. We only put on 149 miles today because we spent the afternoon with the dog breeder.
Total miles so far: 904
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility