Super 8 Franklin
Travel Blogs from Franklin
... views. Quite an accomplishment for this old hillbilly from Roanoke, Va.
Our trip across this country not only gave us the opportunity to view much of what this country has to offer, but also to question what some parts of the country have to tackle in regards to living in the future. The most questionable aspect of this trip was the view of SO many river and stream beds totally dry and giving no look of recovery. It appears that the majority of ...
... thoroughly enjoyed living close enough to spend really wonderful quality time with Gary and his kids this past three years. It was difficult to say goodbye today, knowing future visits will be months, sometimes years apart. Such is military life.
Tomorrow we begin the real adventure. Our day one destination is the campground at Charlotte Motor Speedway, where we will spend two nights with Ed's oldest brother, Robert, and his family. It should be a great first ...
Time is slipping past us like a thief in the dark as we come to our last days here in Suffolk. This afternoon we hand over the last of our stuff that doesn't fit in the camper and we will officially have everything we own in the RV! It has been liberating getting rid of 95% of our personal possessions and embarking on our scaled down, nomadic life. So far, my only real regrets are getting rid of all my books and selling the washer and dryer. God, I miss ...
... we had brought and Nancy waited behind with them. Courtney and I had to return to our room for one more trip as there were too many things to carry in one trip without losing half of them on the way.
We left promptly at 7:30 and then drove for a few hours before making a short rest break i grabbed a much need XL coffee and we were soon on the road again. They have played the movie "Morning Glory" and it helped pass a couple of ...
Saturday, seems like it will never get here. 3 days till we leave on what is truly my greatest adventure. If you don't count rock climbing, caving, backpacking, scuba diving, and a few other odds and ends. I thank God for the life He has given me and the adventures He has allowed me to experience. maybe I should be saying this will be my longest self-supported adventure.
Packing for the trip is on hold until the arrival of my new panniers which should ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed