Super 8 Motel Louisa
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... than the mountains, blowing like a breeze. Country roads, take me home to the place I belong. West Virginia, mountain mamma, take me home, country roads. All my memories gather round her, miner's lady, stranger to blue water. Dark and dusty, painted on the sky, misty taste of moonshine, teardrop in my eye. Country roads, take me home to the place I belong. West Virginia, mountain mamma, take me home, country ...
Took off from Illinois at about 9:00. We drove about 600 miles
and boondoggled (Sheila says boondocked, not sure which one is right) at a rest
area in Ashland, Kentucky. Tomorrow, we have about 400 miles to go to get to
Zack’s. With an early start, we should get there about 2:00pm.
Chuck and Sheila Noel & Mousse
... We stopped on the bank for lunch and exploring and then stopped for a chance to swim in a calm area of the river. One man who dumped at a whirlpool was sucked in and down for about 45 seconds before it spit him out. He was quite shaken. All in all a great day. Elena loved it! We arrived back at the campsite about 6pm and the sky let loose again. We had planned on attending an outdoor concert and ...
... right across the border from Kentucky. We're about 8 hours from home, and decided we are sick of traveling, so tomorrow will be our longest day, a mad dash for home. So this will probably be the last blog entry, unless we see or do something tomorrow worth writing about. We hope you've enjoyed reading about our adventure. Stay tuned for the next one.
... just resting recuperating from 10 days of traveling! Sandy and Landy got here around 4:00 and discovered that the power cord on the trailer had snapped so Jerry has been over with Landy supervising I guess. They have no brakes on the trailer and no brake lights. Not good in the mountains. Don't know what they will decide to do tomorrow but so far Landy has been unable to repair it for travel.
Before we left Kinston ...