Super 8 Harrisonburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... It has been 90 degrees with 50% humidity while my ideal riding temperature is 60 and dry. My pace in the mornings has been 13-14mph but from noon-5 it drops to 5-7mph. Part of it is that I am starting to hit hills but the hills are harder with the heat because my energy is totally sapped. I am drinking 8+ liters of water a day and still constantly have a dehydration head ache. It isn't possible to drink anymore without throwing up. When I set St. Louis as an arbitrary airport to fly out ...
... end of our dramas with tyres. The hole in the floor is taped up with Gorilla Tape and will need to be fixed on our return to North Carolina. We don't need another day like that. ( Looks like they will have to take out the floor which will include the shower from the wheel arch back!) Next day in Leesburg we visited the Ball's Bluff Battlefield. We are in the midst of the Civil War Battlefields now with our next stop at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. It was ...
... probably around 150 cans.
Again, the colors were beautiful along the way, but not in full color yet. We are a few weeks early, but are enjoying them nonetheless. We loved the vistas on the Skyline drive in Shenandoah National Park. A few highlights included a visit to the Visitor's Center and a chance happening in one of the overlooks upon a family whose kids have a bluegrass band. The kids were performing ...
... morning we still had no idea where to go and thought of the possibility of leaving Santee a day early and driving up to Harrisonburg for our second week. That would mean that we still got the drive and saw scenery but it had a purpose.
I checked at reception to make sure we could check out early without penalty, which we could. I then phoned the Harrisonburg hotel to make sure ...
... border we ran into a 45 minute backup from an accident – leaving us with an ideal spot for a picnic, stuck in traffic headed into the mountains. After it cleared we drove continuously, and finally managed to pull into the campground in Shenandoah National Park with fumes in the tank and an hour or so of daylight left. Didn't realize at the time that the hour of daylight would be almost the last until we reached North ...