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New River Gorge National River
This national treasure is worth the trip, even if it is a few extra miles. The views are incredible, and the history is interesting. You cannot appreciate the bridge until you have seen it from either the park or even better, from the boardwalk.
A rugged, white water river, flowing northward through ...
We topped a further 300 miles today. Having made the definite decision to buy fireworks , when we finally found a place it was of course closed!
After crossing the Ohio river into Louisville KY, and then on through Lexington,We stopped in Winchester, KY for lunch at the same place we had lunch 7years ago : The Cantuckee Diner. Talk about ...
... 4 PM, with just 160 miles logged for the day, I was tired and could tell that my reflexes were slow. Perhaps it was the cumulative affect of the 1000 plus miles of grueling riding the previous four days that was kicking my butt. Called it an day, checked in to a new Holiday Inn Express, and headed to the hot tub.
Routes: 13 S / 33 E
Hotel: Holiday Inn ...
... we thought was German or Dutch and English. I went up to get more food and felt on woman eyeing my feet. I had come down in a T-shirt, skirt and flip-flops. I suddenly realized that showing my ankles in public was frowned upon. I felt scandalous eating breakfast bare ankled. When we got to the room, I immediately started googling Gallipolis Amish. I think we did encounter a sect of Amish culture. Ohio has the largest population ...
Our first stop was in West Virgina. The only state fully in the Appalachian mountain range. This mountain range is the oldest in the world. And even though the ridges have been clear cut logged many times over the years they currently had a strong tree cover in the area we drove through. This tree cover protects the steep hills from water erosion and protects the wild life that thrives in and relies on the shaded mountains streams.
The Appalachian forest is ...