Super 8 Christiansburg/Blacksburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We decided to leave home at 10:15 am, a short drive to Roanoke Airport, but by the time we park, check in, go thru security, it's nice to not stress about time. It is 39 degrees but a bright sunny day!
They have had huge snow storms in the Boston area that has caused many flights to be canceled in the past couple of days. Marian arrived in LA on Monday and her flight home was canceled until today. I didn't think it would effect our ...
Two days in Roanoke.
Surprised Harry at work on Tuesday, Nov 18. *giggling* thanks Matt!! yes, Matt was the one that instigated it. You just can't trust that Cat in the funny hat! LOL
Awesome meeting Harry. What fun! Too bad you can't come out tonight, but at least I got my hug. ;-)
Dinner tonight at the Summers'.
... didn't end there, I decided to book two more trips, so if we don't like traveling on a bus, I can just cancel them, when we return from Nashville! I booked for 2015 and received $10 off per day for booking before March 31st and I paid the full amount so we got seats # 1!
10 Days, July 3-12, South Dakota "Black Hills" Mount Rushmore & Crazy Horse
17 Days, Golden West - Canadian Rockies / Glacier Park / Yellowstone / Tetons
... thanked me for what I was doing……She took several of my cards and was going to help spread the word…..Dominic is the owner for the last 6yrs and I told him how delicious his food was and how valuable that Danielle was…..he agreed.
I then picked up some ice and headed back and continued to get some more emails sent…. Around 8pm a storm came in blowing about 50 mph winds and then rain ...
... climbing. But at the very bottom of the climb, I had a very calm thought, just one, just once: "I'm going to climb that mountain." Nothing more than that. And with that, I shifted into my smallest gear, found a comfortable rhythm and focused on my heart rate and cadence (not my speed). My own self-confidence in my ability to reach the top was probably not obvious to anyone else, and yet, my determination to climb the mountain was unequivocal.
In the past - maybe ...