South Branch Inn Moorefield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... full of sun and light. Nothing looked the same, but it was equally as beautiful.
Now it was time to repel down the mountain and head home. Before we left we stopped to get delicious pizza in town. Lee said, "I am not really sure if it's good, but it definitely tastes amazing after a long day of climbing or when you're drunk." Haha is was good for sure after that long day.
Thank you Lee for my first and wonderful Seneca experience :)
Before we went to bed last night, the RV was packed and ready to go. That made getting to church by 8:15 possible. We could not go out of town without Tommy registering to win the new Jeep at Newspring! The service was great and all the dads were recognized for Father's Day.
Our journey began around 10 when we got on I-85 heading north. We stopped outside Greensboro and made lunch. The GPS led us off 85 ...
... right when I passed the border the landscape changed completely. I was only in Maryland for about 10 miles and then I was back into West Virginia. I fought the weather and hills the best I could and made it to where I wanted to go. I rode into Keyser and called it a day. I hope tomorrow isn't this cold. It hasn't been this cold since Colorado. Tomorrow I will shoot for Winchester Virginia which is about 65 miles. Today I rode 67 miles. I can't believe I'm only 2 riding days from ...
... us in a small town where we hunted for a way to fix the shifting problem. A couple of grease monkeys in their own garage were pressed into service and they came through for us. Thanks guys! We had purposely headed to highway 50 because we needed an interstate with a wide shoulder in order to make better, safer time. Huge disappointment. Highway 50 turned out to be a non-interstate in this area. In ...
... this area. Then came The Blackwater Trail. All the potential of 9 miles of rail grade riding above the Blackwater River. We soon found the extent and reach of Superstorm Sandy. Trees and their attendant huge trunks covering the trail. A few volunteers were there with chainsaws and they warned us that the trail had not been cleared. Our egos would not allow us to turn back. How would we get around these mountains if we couldn't use the trail? We trudged on. The ...