Knights Inn Jackson Southeast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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This morning I awoke in my own bed for the first time in 18 days. Eyes open, scanning the room getting my bearings, smiling because I'm home. I arrived home last night as the sun was setting, full of excitement and anticipation. Of all the places and things I’d seen and experienced the last 18 days none could touch the sight of home and the embrace of my wife. On the morning of Sept. 20th I ...
After an uneventful drive we got to Athens and Donelle's apartment for the year. I spent that evening and the next day taking it easy while she attended to her study commitments. Donelle's apartment is part of a big complex in a quiet new estate on one of the hills that surround the town. The town itself is built around the old university, on the banks of the Hocking River and set amongst heavily wooded low hills. These ...
... some grass covered mounds in what looks like a hilly golf
I tend to think of most towns in Ohio has being dominated by
factories but passed through two on the way, Lebanon and Wilmington, that had
very nice town centers with historic buildings, farmers markets taking place,
and bed and breakfast inns, a pleasant surprise. The route took me through the
last counties I had not yet been through in Ohio, so with Gallia County on the
Ohio River I can now say ...
Author:MJ The morning started off early!! Flew from MSP to Chi Town. Picked up our car and have been win route to Charleston WV ever since. I drove for a bit and then withered into my usual sleepy, can't stay awake (even with caffeine) road trip partner. IL, IN, ...
Several sleepless nights, travel fatigue yes, but mostly the gut wrenching fear of beginning this bike trip again. Scott has rerouted us to the Ohio, Kentucky border. I was hoping we could get to see my niece Debbie and her family. She is too far away.
I think we both are so worried about road conditions, a feeling that has haunted us since Eastern Kentucky. We have had several days of fear and worry. We were scared to death to start again. We began yesterday with ...