Motel 6 Wytheville
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Although I managed sleeping through Robert's night antics (breaking into the girls dorm whispering "kirsty, kirsty" to all the bunks and being told in no uncertain terms to leave by a random dorm mate) I still Didn't get much sleep and were up early. 9 of us to use 1 shower…..so I was pretty tired on the bus. We stopped at a whole foods store …
Morning begins at Thunder Creek H-D, then we walked to a really neat, old Confederate Cemetery for a wreath laying ceremony. At one stop today at Bailyton, I climbed up on a hill to take a picture of all the bikes - of which there were about 550 - since it is hard to get a picture of that many when you are too close. The day ended at Wytheville. …
... for the night just before the rain came, so are hoping for good brakes in the morning. While on Interstate Highways, we are listening to John Grisham novels, so the time goes quickly.
The last few days, we have been feasting on the fruit and vegetables from the fruit stand in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, which were extraordinary, so had great dinners two nights in a row in the trailer.I took some more photos, which are below.
Sometime around 5:00 - 5:30 we pulled into the Pioneer Village furled the sails and dropped anchor.
Septic and water hoses were connected and some cargo shuffling ensued. A major trip milestone was reached when Bill wacked his hand and shed the first blood of the journey.
So its time to make sure these five fingers work. Linville Falls, with it's three separate waterfalls and white water river, was the perfect test hike.
The next attraction on the parkway was Grandfather mountain. $20 per person for a view we got for free yesterday? No thanks.
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considering there were 14 of us we were lucky the motel 6 could take us after turning up in Wytheville only to be told the super 8 we were booked into had no water.... could probably guess that they only had space because no one ever stays there, the rooms smelt musty like no one had been in in a while and they were very basic, but a bed is a bed and it was in good walking distance from plenty of places to get food...slept an ok nights sleep ready to head out the next morning
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