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First time in a Sleep Inn and so far pleasantly surprised. Room décor nice with photos on wall. We took a standard room with 2 double beds, did not pay for a microwave or fridge. As long as they have ice for me to put in my containers, that is all I need to keep my ham, yoghurt and tomato cool. First room with only a shower but no problem with that.
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Breakfast in the dining room was included in the tariff. Nice to have fresh eggs on toast with bacon. Stopped to buy lunch supplies at Walmart. It was a weird feeling to look at a sky with heavy black clouds but have a warm dry wind hit our face. Was a pleasant 66 degrees F as we set off west on the I 64.
Bought petrol which can be a bit …
... the town of only 500 residents but all these visitors (because the other little mining towns weren't connected by roads, those who were coming and going from the region trained into Thurmond, which made it a huge hub of activity). Back at the campsite after a stop for ice cream, folks got cleaned up and we are planning our Father's Day dinner. Tomorrow we depart early for Nashville -- we have at least a 10 hour ...
From the visitor center we drove back to Hawks Nest State Park, which is famous for fabulous views of the New River Gorge as well as its great restaurant. We ate a late lunch while gawking at the view and watching folks enjoying the aerial tram and jet boat rides.
Our final destination for the day was the Glen Ferris Inn, our lodgings for the night. If you're ever in this part of WV ...
After leaving camp at 7am we headed to Lansing in West Virginia, about 5h drive away! We got there just in time for our tour to set out in the bus down to the river. In all we went down about 14 rapids, all varying from grade 1-5 in difficulty with me on falling out twice at the same rapid! It was such a great ...
... over 30 minutes and realise I have not seen enough sunsets in my life. I plan to take in more on this trip. The last hour we rode in darkness as the sun set at 8:30pm. We rarely ride at night because we are not familiar with the roads and it is safer to ride during the day - much easier to be seen.
We pull into John and Sharon's driveway at 9:30pm and see welcome home Aussie signs on the garage door - they are so ...