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We are six days from completing our cross country cycle trip and folks can't wait to finish. The recent days have been long and hard and everyone is in top physical condition so it should be a cakewalk. Well, that is not life and 65 miles each day IS a challenge. Today was 75 for most of us. Nevertheless, today started with a ...
... mountain creek making a perfect setting.
The next morning we were anxious to go back into Charleston to visit the museum and the total capitol complex. It takes up a whole city block in the downtown area and is comprised of various government offices, the W V Supreme Court, the Governor's Mansion as well as the capitol building itself. The current capitol building is the fourth in Charleston. It is one of the ...
... with him, and because of his age, does not need a license to fish. After getting back to the shelter, Young Gun arrived with beer, we had a few to drink - then the Forrest Police came.....and handed out $75.00 tickets......pretty expensive beer at the point! Thursday, May 08 2014 Headed to town, ate Chinese with a group of friends, Star Gazer and I started hiking together. We had Trail magic, cokes/chips and supplies! Thank you trail angels - ...
Gail cooked a wonderful Sunday morning breakfast and we enjoyed a leisurely meal with much conversation. Jan and I headed back to Raleigh mid-morning. One really nice thing about main North Carolina highways is that they are mostly bordered by trees and bushes so you rarely see houses and other buildings. Up until very recently billboards were banned -- much more pleasing without all the advertising. After a last-minute check of RT, I started on my way home. Took I-40 ...
... we were in WV. I guess I didn't pay close enough attention. Our trip through West Virginia was only about 30 miles then crossed the border into Virginia.
This part of the trip will be remembered by the stunning views of the Shenandoah Valley and the Blue Ridge Mountains. The bright green pastures are a welcome sight after months of snowy white landscape and brown trees
We made ...