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... western frontier to the Mississippi River. So much history in all of these states and we have enjoyed encountering it at every stop.
When we arrived in Morgantown, we quickly found the Residence Inn near West Virginia University. The football stadium is just a couple blocks away and the area was full of the hustle and bustle of young people.
This will be our last one-night hotel stay of our trip. ...
... br> When the machine goes off it makes a noise and deer come out of the trees to take advantage of this sustenance.
We had an email from our good friends in Australia, John and Sandra, advising us of a town in West Virginia called White Sulphur Springs. At White Sulphur Springs is the Greenbrier Hotel. At the Greenbrier Hotel is a secret bunker that was built during the Cold War that was to house the Senate and Congress of the USA to save ...
We left Cleveland on a warm September morning hoping to get to Virginia by late afternoon. We took I77 south to Strasburg, OH where we would leave the super slab behind for most of the trip. Little did we know that many two lane roads in most of the areas we would travel were near freeway speed limits. We headed east on US 250 where we settled into a nice riding pace on a beautiful early fall day with temps in the low 70's. The road was good and not ...
... in 45 minutes of riding. We rode through trees, and miles of orchards with huge apples ripe and ready for harvest. They must be honest souls around these parts because the crop was right up to the edge of the road and not a fence in sight. Every corner (and there were plenty of those) brought a new and impressive vista.
We enjoyed a wonderful lunch in a little town called Wardensville, just over the border into West Virginia. The ‘White ...
... ENTIRE trip.
While we're looking forward to being home we'll miss traveling, seeing new sights filled with new experiences. Till our next trip...............
Family Folklore: As we were driving home from our trip Steve was already dreaming of next summer's trip. He even bought some new travel books to start planning!!