Rock Haven Terrace Motel
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The road is nearly all two lane (one in each direction) asphalt with grass shoulders. It is not overly wide and in many places the trees overhang the road. The pavement is in excellent condition and there are dozens of scenic turnouts with parking lots. We checked out a great many of them as they provided great views of the surrounding countryside.
We traveled through a dozen tunnels that were cut through the mountainside to allow ...
Hello from Asheville, North Carolina. We pulled out of the Fresh Market parking lot this morning around 9:30 after a comfortable night. We did notice that being parked under the light really attracted the bugs. Our roof exhaust vent is full of little dead bugs. I think some of them were small enough to fit through the mesh in the screen and were attracted to the light from the computer screen. Darn bugs.
Our plan was to stay ...
... colored Blue Jays and Red Cardinals along with other unidentified birds. Then on our camping trip I was blessed to see a mama wood duck with a large family of baby ducks, want to talk about adorable! I also sighted a large frog and a baby snake when I was collecting fire wood. I am a firm believer that if you are one with nature, nature will be one with you and this is easily seen with all my animal encounters.
... as we pulled into Sugar Sands RV Park for a week stay:
1) What is life like as a Retired Couple? (I should add the words "tliving in an RV")
It was comfortable. With the slides out (3 slides make the motorhome comfortably roomy) and the nice weather to enable outdoor activities it did not feel confining. On the few days that were rainy or cold, each of us had brought hobby projects to do. (John is getting pretty good at ...
... sequined dress, hairdryer, curling iron, and makeup kit (Ha! Just kidding of course on those last ones!)... surely I can get rid of some more things to get the pack weight down below 20. This is going to be my goal for the day!
The last time we strapped on our backpacks for a wilderness trip was in New Zealand, more than two years ago. This is bound to be a lot more strenuous than that and it is guaranteed that we will be sore for ...
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