Ashleigh Manor

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

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Southern hospitality

A travel blog entry by patricia1957

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... antlers on the wall." We also passed the big peach near Spartanburg, SC, I thought Australia was the only place with BIG/GIANT things! The big merino, the big banana, the big pineapple, the big prawn, the big trout and the list goes on. Early the next morning we left America for the next part of our journey and the beginning of our adventure into British Columbia and The Yukon in Canada and onto ...

The Virginia Museum of Transportation

A travel blog entry by oregonnscaler

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... both steam and diesel. Several are operational, others have been restored cosmetically, while others are still in their original deteriorated condition. A nice GG1 that is scheduled to be restored this year into the Pennsy green and gold colors.

The sno-cat vehicle was a tucker car body that was converted into a sno-cat at the plant in Medford, Oregon. Didn't even ...

At the train convention

A travel blog entry by oregonnscaler

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... confines of the park. Also lots of hiking trails and some canoeing options. Beautiful views of the valley along the parkway. The high point of the park is about 3600 feet, with the high point on the parkway around 2600 feet. We got up to about 1800 feet or so in the section we traveled.

We broke out of the park about 1/3 of the way through in order to have enough time to make Roanoke. Even then, we didn't get into the ...

Blue Ridge Parkway Drive

A travel blog entry by ouradventure14

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The Blue Ridge Parkway is a 469 mile road that starts at the smoky mountains of north carolina and leads into virginia. It is a very beautiful drive and offers things to do including hiking along the way. The parkway also features in a scene in Forest Gump. Along the parkway we stopped to hike to a few summits and through national parks, saw the wild animals, investigated and learnt about the gem mines, visted an old water mill, learnt about the music of the ...

The Ship Challenge

A travel blog entry by historyhunters

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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. ...

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