Sleep Inn, Wytheville
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... the boys and I pulled in
to a gas station on the highway to fill up.
A sign on the front of the canopy over the pumps warned of the
clearance… but my sign showed me I had almost a foot to spare so we pulled in
underneath… forgetting the antennae… and the tips managed to neatly take out several
dozen fluorescent light bulbs! It was
raining glass all around us as I brought the vehicle ...
... VA. A poor dinner at Denny's... I should know better by now. A little food shopping and then back to the camper and turned the heat on.
Watched the movie, "I Am Gabriel", last night. It has a great message of hope and faith! How God can bring revival to a depressed and hopeless town using a young boy... or is he?
Tonight? Early to bed.
... and Jersey Girl are going, I'm going to tag along. It will be fun to see people I've met but who are ahead or behind me, and maybe a big party and a break from the trail will help knock out a bit of the boredom a lot of us have been feeling recently. Whatever the case, it should be a good time, and by the time I get back to Pearisburg, my tent should be waiting for me at the post office, so that simplifies the logistics of getting it shipped to me somewhere on the ...
... week or so to try and let my body fully recover from the big days I did into Damascus. That night was probably the most unpleasant shelter stay I've had so far, at least as far as shelter-specific problems go instead of something like the weather. To start it off, this one guy stayed up late with his head light on, shining right on me even after I asked him to turn it somewhere else. Then the guy on the level beneath me snored so loudly all night that it sounded loud even through my ...
... 8220;Hunt breakfast” with pancakes, bacon, country ham and grits. Pat had one cornmeal and one sweet potato pancake, and I had buckwheat. There was a beautiful cardinal butting his head constantly on the window next to us, which apparently is also a first day tradition here. We then had a pretty, but chilly, stroll through the old mill park. The 1906 mill is fully operational, and the wheel was turning. Inside it had all of the bullies and gears to operate ...