Wellons Gateway Inn
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... asphalt to finally arrive safely to a home cooked meal at Mom and Dad Hall's house in North Carolina.
A few highlights:
- Our highest ever night camping at 12,000ft at the base of four majestic 14ers in Alma, CO.
- The trip up highway 82 from Aspen to Leadville ...
... Richmond the confederate capital and the Stonewall Jackson memorial. Our Fayetteville lodgings await. The Holiday Inn proved to be really good with Barons Bar serving good drinks, good food and nice staff who kept us happy.. James met with a local, Kenneth, who gave him a game of pool and then James beat me in the last game of the evening. North Carolina has a real country feel to it, they were playing country music in the bar and the accent is a proper southern ...
... raging horror on his face.......cuz there's a girl in the men's room. Now I find this hilarious because my understanding of men is that they want to show all women, and any women, their junk all of the time.....but I guess this is not true when they're trying to make wee-wee. The showers are awesome. Private rooms with shower, toilet, sink and counter. This was the first time we ...
... several others like ourselves that were just there for a short stay. The staff was really nice and friendly. We visited surrounding towns doing some shopping and taking in a little local history. As usual, Nellie did great by herself adjusting well to her new home away from home, curling up on the ...
... get number plates put back on. Spring Lake was a beautiful serene park. Just what was needed after a slightly stressful day. We set up camp and watched the deer and squirrels foraging for food and then set off for an evening stroll. Loved the campground which was in such a natural state with limited services. We were warned about the skunks coming into our camping soace at night in search of food but this was not something we encountered ...