Ashleigh Manor

430 Hartwell Dr, Hardy, Virginia, 24101, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Hardy

The Ship Challenge

A travel blog entry by historyhunters


We have seen ships in Boston, Baltimore, and Roanoke. Take time to look at the pictures and make a comparison of each ship. First is the Eleanor in Boston. This was the ship in which the Boston Tea Party occurred. In Baltimore we saw the USS Constellation which was a war ship in the early 1800's. Today, we boarded the Elizabeth II, which was a merchant ship that carried up to 50 men over to the New World. ...

The Tail of Two Paths in the New World

A travel blog entry by historyhunters


... crops, woman did the cooking of the food. They also made every tool they used in the kitchen.

Native Americans on Roanoke Island had access to a weak copper that they used to make jewelry. However, when some tribes started trading with the English they gained access to stronger metals that allowed them to improve their tools and weapons for hunting. ...

Bear sighting, town of Troutville

A travel blog entry by road_tripper


... enough for all the gear more walking around outside -getting bit up while packing up! The miles seemed looooong today, and hot. The views were beautiful tho :), it did seem that even the wildlife said forget the heat - nothing to be seen on the hike into town. We passed 42, he had passed our campsite early this morning. He plans to hike through town, just resupply and head out. Once in town, a hot shower, pre-washed all the ...

Rattle snakes and good times!

A travel blog entry by road_tripper


... The Captain gave us soda, we all talked, and he let me check out his KTM 500! What a great guy, we never get tired of meeting great people like him. After leaving the Captain's Place, more trail magic! Soda on the trail :) We met the soda trail angels, they gave us trail magic beer also! Best didn't cost me $75.00 this time! Our campsite is awesome tonight, it was a very old one, leaves filled the fire ring. I stacked a large bundle of fire wood, poured a ...

Shenandoah Mountains, Virginia

A travel blog entry by samandylan


... waterfall or a summit. Some cut under roadways and over creeks if your not afraid to get your shoes wet like we did. There are small towns scattered throughout just on the outskirts of the national park, or if you travel another 20 minutes you reach a huge town with everything you need with cheap food and accommodation and more ...


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