Motel 6 Wytheville
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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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Wytheville in Wythe County… pronounced WITH-ville in YTH
County… my trivia du jour. Anyway I had to stay here another day to find
that out. Actually- it's Memorial Day
weekend… this and Labor Day weekend pretty much assure campgrounds are full
with longstanding reservations. The
owners here were most gracious and allowed me to stay in their last remaining
camping cabin though ...
... 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 ...
... wanted to get a new bag. Plus I realized that the next big town where I planned to stay overnight was in about 100 miles, and I wanted to charge my phone and battery pack before then. So I just did 10 miles that morning and hitched the 6 miles into Marion once I hit the main road. Since I was still hiking alone and there were no hostels I had to shell out more money than I wanted to for a motel room for just me, but it was nice having a bit of privacy for pretty much the first time ...
... 8220;Hunt breakfast” with pancakes, bacon, country ham and grits. Pat had one cornmeal and one sweet potato pancake, and I had buckwheat. There was a beautiful cardinal butting his head constantly on the window next to us, which apparently is also a first day tradition here. We then had a pretty, but chilly, stroll through the old mill park. The 1906 mill is fully operational, and the wheel was turning. Inside it had all of the bullies and gears to operate ...
... a waterfall spilling right out of the fibers!
We decided to drive a little more until we got sick of driving (well until Armando got sick of driving), so a little after 4:00 we stopped in Wytheville, VA for the night. It's tucked in the mountains too, and here's a picture of our view of the pretty mountains, but the buildings and the billboards kinda mess up the view. Susie's and Bob's view was way better!!