The Oaks Victorian Inn
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Today we cycled into Blacksburg via Radford VA. Route 654 , the old Baltimore road was serene and a wonderful early morning view of this part of Virginia. We rode into Newbern and were engaged with the early history of this tiny mountaintop village...the homes dated to the early 19th century. Our life is not easy so we had to continue on busy roads for the remaining 15 miles.....life is tough...: ...
... and LOVE to talk.
17. Kids have their "summer break" Dec-Feb.
18. Supposedly, CR's healthcare is wonderful and is cheaper than it would be in the states (for major procedures, atleast)
19. 10 minute showers. On your mark, get set, wash!
20. No dryers and lights generally stay off during the day and are used as little as possible at night.
Hasta Luego CR! Gracias por la buen tiempo!
... them behind the next day. Our drive back to Atlanta was relatively good and as it was the Fourth of July holiday the roads seemed to be pretty quiet. Probably as quiet as it ever gets in a country of around 300 million people. We were entertained once again listening to country music radio with lyrics like "I'm getting drunk on a plane", "I've got a car", "When you see a deer you see Bambi, I ...
We arrived back in Blacksburg around 10:30 am, after 7,600 miles and 14 states. It was a great way to see this country. We had a fantastic time, we were very fortunate with the weather, and really got an appreciation for how vast and geographically diverse the United States ...
... it's 4 miles away. Del told us that it would take us 2 hours. Well, if the darkening forest wasn't incentive enough, the idea of tipping del more and more each minute we made him wait was pushing us to walk quicker than we had for the whole day. Luckily we bumped into some weird people who enjoy camping in the mountains at night, who told us there was a fire road which would take us down much quicker. We followed this route instead of risking twisting ...