Super 8 Greenville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Got ourselves all packed up again, checked out and loaded the Dodge to start our Route 66 Road Trip. Headed for the start sign but ran into a few problems with traffic and one way streets, but Greg negotiated our way out of the city and along the pretty well marked route! Because Route 66 has been replaced in many sections by new highways and freeways it is nearly impossible to follow it exactly and ...
So today is the last real day for 10 days before the ride to Sturgis and then to Alaska. I forgot what it is like to turn the cold water on from a tap and get real cold water, not warm tap water like in Florida. No cars, no trucks, the silence is deafening! Got to visit with my brother and his family. It was a good day. Now to get ready to ...
... at least 10 miles
from a significant town! So much for my plan to euthanize the Jeep should I
have to incur any significant expenses on it. I called a garage in Charleston to
be towed. The truck arrived quickly and loaded my old wreck aboard. The belt
not only snapped but was trapped in the air compressor and I’d need a new part.
Do I junk the beast here and find a car to rent for the rest of my journey or
do I fork out ...
... hole where the old drain was, so we're going to cover that with a mesh screen so that it has easy draining capabilities. All in all, it's a thing of beauty and I'm so proud of my man! Neither of us are all that handy, but we like learning and don't mind getting our hands dirty, so this RV is teaching us a lot.
I haven't mentioned Staunton yet, have I? Does that tell you anything? We arrived there ...
... darkness and try to find a place to camp or a motel. In New Baden neither are available. We wave the policeman over while he cruises Main Street and ask if we may camp out in their huge, yes Central Park size huge, city park and he responds with a polite "no" , but suggests that we ride another twenty miles to some campgrounds. The writing on the side of the police cruiser says, 'to protect and serve.' Right now he accomplishes ...