Sleep Inn & Suites Clear Spring
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... haul it that far. One thing the rain did was raise the river a bit, which was nice for the ledges and rocks we came upon in the water. Some sections we went through would have been a nightmare with lower water. We had another portage at Luray, and this one was a longer one that actually required us getting a shuttle to drive our canoe to the other side. That night we stealth camped (camping on private land without permission) in what seemed to be an old cow field - at least, all the cow ...
... of the factory and all got a free chocolate afterwards...a new caramel one. Yum! We finally made it to New York, via the Newark airport (don't ask). Our hotel is nice! We went for a stroll down to the park slope area of Brooklyn and ate some yummy pizza and baked ziti! We were all tired and finally fell asleep. Looking forward to our NYC adventure ...
... bit leery, but desperate to fix a leak that has haunted us six ways to Sunday since Nevada. Not only did Gary help cure us of the leak, he was a good old boy who was fun to shoot the breeze with and he attracted a parade of other fun people needing his services. Don't judge the book by the cover! Our neighbors for the week was a retired welfare hearings officer for the State of MD, weird. And her husband a retired cop who protected ...
... and it was good to finally be
moving again after what felt like a lot of driving. We drove back to the
campsite to get in some free showers and then decided to take advantage of the
free spot we had parked at the night before. The park was pretty and it wasn’t
too cold outside so we spent the afternoon reading, doing Sudoku and even got
in a little yoga in the field. A simple perfect ...
... of miles to cover! We get back on the trail as it zigzags higher and higher up the hillside. I'm getting a bit worried... I calculated our distance to the car using the road, not a trail that after 30 minutes hasn't gotten us any closer to our destination.
Finally we reach the ridge and the trail is very rocky, but at least it goes in a fairly straight line. As day slowly fades, we trudge along in the still of the woods... reaching the car just as night falls... Ending a beautiful ...