Knights Inn Bluefield
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... and they have been serving hot dogs since
1925. The building has its own
history. It was the birthplace and early
home of the wife of President Woodrow Wilson, born upstairs in 1872, the
seventh of eleven children to a local judge and his wife.
The KOA is awesome, too.
Nicely wooded and quiet… at least until later this afternoon. It is sold out for the weekend and campers
... Additionally, sometime yesterday the safety glass in the cabover bunk escape window exploded, sending glass everywhere. Put on a temporary repair (Gorilla Tape) when we stopped for the night tonight. Gorilla Tape is the successor to Duct Tape and MUCH stronger.
Cool and rainy as we travel through the Shenandoah Valley, stopping tonight ...
... 3 miles away. Due to everyone else in the shelter being early risers, we also got an early start. There was a town in 13 miles I had been planning on skipping, but as Fozzie and Jersey Girl needed to resupply, I ended up going in. We got it in our heads that we wanted to get Dairy Queen and visit the library, along other things, and so motivated, we pushed through those 13 miles before 11:30. We hiked the last couple miles with some section hikers I had been bumping ...
... to the northeast corner!!!
Our first tourist stop was Abingdon, VA. It's a neat little Appalachian town with lots of historic buildings. We walked up and down the main drag and saw some really neat buildings. According to the guide book, if Daniel Boone had had his way, this place would have been called Wolf Hills. (Our camera settings were messed up which made everything blue.)
Bright and early Saturday morning, we left heading south. In PA, there was finally no snow on the ground, but the trees had not even budded, so it still looked like winter. These were just travel days so no big stops were planned.
We listened to a book on tape, had our first lunch in the RV at ...