Relax Inn Lewisburg
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... 5, 3) that we were prepared to stay in. After 4 or 5 places that failed generally on all 3, we drove on to Lewisburg. Here we found a Marriott Hotel. A little over our price range but worth every dollar!!!
The indoor pool and spa bath washed the day's driving away very quickly! The suite was also very spacious - we felt quite spoilt. So much so we did not rush to leave ...
... of heavy ledge drop sections and really shallow sections of river to go. It was a long day on the creek! I think we got to the take-out around 4:30 p.m. It was good that we got off the creek before the sun started to set! I was exhausted and had a 6 hour drive to make to get home. George helped me load my boat and we got changed and got the maps out to figure out the best way to get back to the highway.
I had fun and pushed my level a ...
... others' company, and laughed our butts off. (#vuvuzela)
I made new friends, and left Diva Camp more confident. Not just in my riding ability, but overall. I hadn't "conquered fears", but I had pushed myself, and I liked the results.
It was inevitable that I would return to Diva Camp this fall, on the hilly roads of Virginia. Now - as much as mountain climbing is a passion, mountain climbing on two wheels is not. I generally find myself avoiding big hills ...
... at Diva Camp.
Pulled into Wilderness Adventures around 4pm. Saw Shauna! Met Kelly, saw Chad and Tom! Great to be re-united.
Got settled in, met Leslie and Janus who had arrived from Alaska. Dinner with the gang - great food...!
So excited to be here.
I'm trying to write this in my bag without getting eaten up by the bugs. It rained this afternoon and all of a sudden, bam! The bugs were out and hungry for hiker flesh. While we are miserable now, I've heard that in a couple of months after being so thoroughly bitten, that our bodies stop reacting to the iritating bites. (something to look forward to, but in the meantime I tried to hike with my bug headnet on... Hard to see the trail. Eaten alive or fall off a cliff)