Elkhorn Inn & Theatre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We rolled out early this morning to go to Burning Rock ATV park for the ATV training and tour which was the centerpiece of the anniversary trip, only to find, after we filled out reams of paperwork asserting that we wouldn't sue the place if we died and that we would pay for the ATV if we crashed it, that we had to reschedule. They probably would have let us go if we had insisted, but the two girls behind the counter were definitely pushing for a later date. ...
... up by then, we'll try again tomorrow.
Instead of going to the ballgame, we spent the evening at WalMart and the Dollar Tree looking for rain ponchos. We are scheduled for a 4-hour ATV tour tomorrow morning, and it will go even if there are thunderstorms, which are predicted. We, of course, brought everything we could possibly need (and then some) except rain gear. Umbrellas will not be useful on an ATV, ...
Beautiful ride today. We entered the Appalachians today. Lots of hills but we finally had some scenery to entertain us rather than just corn fields. Off the bike was also a blast. Had another visit with the mountain center for independent living. It was another very relaxed dinner. After dinner the team was supposed to go to a play but the majority of ...
... s sky-high bridges. We marveled at how the bridges could have been constructed. We traveled on excellent highways without the heavy traffic on so many interstates. Would love to come back and spend more time here.
... Gorge. Along the way, there were a couple of turnouts which allowed us to stop and view the river below us. We also stumbled upon the National Park Service’s information center for the New River Gorge National River.
Once coal was discovered and rails were laid, the area and the river were all about coal. An interesting side note is that the legend of "John Henry" and the construction of the train tunnel took place not ...