Elkhorn Inn & Theatre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was it raining steadily, but it had been raining steadily for nearly 24 hours, and, they said (quite plausibly), the trails would be very slippery. Not the best conditions for rank beginners. We asked about tomorrow, but they said the forecast was for more of the same, and then they offered a raincheck good for six months, at which point, we agreed, with some relief. The downside is that we have to come all the way back here (about 4 1/2 hour drive) ...
... up after dinner. I'm on a streak--19 straight days finding a cache. I'm hoping to extend that to the last day of summer, so an easy and early West Virginia find is quite helpful.
And that was about it for today! We're up early tomorrow--we have to meet the ATV folks by 8:30 at the trail head, about 45 minutes from here. Will try to get some photos of us soaking wet on ATVs--should be rather entertaining!
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 ...