Wytheville, Virginia and the end of our summer travels

This is a bit long. It’s our last post of our summer travels.

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What beautiful West Virginia mountains we drove over and through!

While traveling for years, we’ve bought fuel in the Wytheville, Virginia area. It is at the crossroads of I-81 and I-77 in southwestern Virginia. Bill once said we should visit one day, so finally, we spent seven nights here, July 21-28, 2016. It was a  230 miles drive from Carters Cave State Resort Park. Click here if you missed that post.

If you’ve ever been through West Virginia, you can imagine it wasn’t Bill’s favorite state to drive through in our big rig….but thankfully the interstate system was great and all went smoothly. Note the beauty in this picture, above. Bill’s enjoyed our travels all summer, going around or even less than 100 miles per move.  This final leg of our summer was just a bit long. Thankfully, we were almost to our final summer destination: time with our…

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Chattanooga, Tennessee (5/19-24/2016)

From our “couple’s blog”

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Top of Lookout Mountain Top of Lookout Mountain overlooking Chattanooga and the Tennessee River We are starting our second year in our motor home, Tiffany. What a challenge this trip started out to be! We are headed to Red Bay, Alabama for our yearly service. Chattanooga was only about 200 miles from our last stop, Waynesville, NC, and then Red Bay is only about 200 more miles. So it made sense to stop here. But we weren’t sure we would be able to find a place to camp in Chattanooga, TN. I was determined for us to stop here after reading there are 57 trails within 15 miles or so of downtown! My kind of place!

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We’re in Myrtle Beach!

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We’re on “vacation” or are full-time RVers ever on vacation? Isn’t our life one big vacation now?  No matter, this place is one of our favorite places to rejuvenate. We thought you might enjoy some pictures and a video of the ocean. We haven’t had a chance to see the fall foliage at Brook Green Gardens. But we will. All we’ve done is organize our motorhome, get our washing machine installed, washed clothes, and take long walks every day.

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