Super 8 Hazard
Travel Blogs from Hazard
... twenty year-old mother, your sister, your grandfather? Perhaps maybe it isn't exactly like that, but it is far more like it than you might think—and it is far harder than even the most cynical person on this trip would have thought five short days ago.
My work crew had the true blessing this week of meeting and getting to know a wonderful middle-aged grandmother and grandfather and their five-year old grandson Cameron. And watching ...
... of 36! Needless to say, we almost doubled the population! The next morning we woke up at 5AM to continue our journey, and we arrived at Jackson City School at 2PM. There we met a few other church groups from multiple parts of the United States, some including Wisconsin, Virginia and Indiana. Sunday night we met everyone, had dinner, and had free time. Monday we woke up at 7AM, which was very ********sidering our tiresome journey the previous day. We ate ...
... the night, even if we did have to wake up at 5:15 for muffin communion and prayer time. We hit the road with high spirits, in hopes of finding drinkable coffee. We stopped at a gas station for a nutritious breakfast of donuts and smoothies. After driving WAY too long, we stopped for a burger lunch at Hardee’s. Two more hours of driving later, and we finally arrived at Jackson City School, ready to get out of the car and stretch our legs. We prepared for work the ...
Yo, it's us swaggedelic hampsters here, a.k.a. Lauren Rittler, Laura Burger, Trevor Seidel, and Jake Serpico!
The ride down here was fun/annoying (for the parents) but we all had a great time! Trevor and Lauren thought of the car games; we had so many we lost count. Trevor made his OWN rules and therefore he always won. Following our first day of driving we found ourselves at a "lovely" Lutheran retreat camp. Many people went canoeing on the lake, ...
... on projects at this home, and so we continued the work that had been done. Our task was to put in a carpet in the living room. Although none of us had any experience in carpet-laying, we put our heads together and embarked on the mission.
After a small mishap with the tack strips, we really pulled ourselves together and continued our work. Megan, being the most experienced, was ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed