I had a few v days left and I was itching to get out of town before the big chill sets in. Looking at neighboring states to Kentucky I decided on Holly River state park in central WV. It's 350 miles from home and in the middle of some great mc roads. Loaded up my WR250R in my InTech Explore mini camper and arrived on a nice sunny Thursday late afternoon. Great campground that I got at a fantastic price for 3 nights. Got things situated and took a little hike along the steam behind my site before dinner in camp. I've got a very comfortable Disc-o-bed cot with a nice foam bedroll and slept great. The weather was looking kinda' iffy for Saturday so I planned the big mile day for Friday. A couple cups of coffee and donuts and I'm ready to take the backroads over to Spruce Knob, highest point in WV. After Spruce Knob I headed down to the Gateway restaurant in Riverton for lunch. Great place and fantastic desserts. Took pavement back to Holly River, went through Greenbank, Cass, Snowshoe and Webster Springs on WV-20 back to camp. Holly River (for me at least) had zero cell service and barely any local AM radio to get an accurate weather forecast, so Saturday AM I decided to hike one of the parks hiking trails. I did the Reverie trail which was listed as a 'difficult' 2.4 mile one way. It was pretty wet so I took my rain gear, water, a few snacks and my InReach Mini satellite communicator. The Reverie trail was well blazed which was a good thing because all the recent rain brought down plenty of leaves to obscure the trail. Tecumseh "Falls" was a little weak today... This guy was enjoying the damp day. Came out this road which I'd ride later that day to Pickens, WV. Walked back (7.3 miles total) to the park restaurant for a great lunch. Then back to my camper for a nap. Hey, I'm on vacation... Things were looking better weather wise so I decide to go for that ride. I took a little loop east over to Balli mountain, Pickens and then back CR-3 to Hacker Valley. The roads were perfect. Back in camp. That night it was really howling up on the ridge tops and heavy rains followed. Glad I was in my hard sided 'tent'. Didn't need it too much but my Propex propane furnace was nice to have. Sunday AM was more coffee and I'm packing up to head back west. Cot folded and hung on the left side. Perfect rig for a solo camper. You could use the top bunk but you better be pretty good friends... I'll definitely be back. Highly recommended.