Baird House of Valle Crucis
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... season in Virginia. We first encountered them in Williamsburg, but not many, probably because of the rain. On our slave tour at Monticello, everyone looked spastic, flinging their hands and arms around trying to knock them off our bodies and out of our faces. And, unfortunately, they have followed us to Meadow of Dan. Of course they have a technical name, brown marmorated stink bug, but who cares? They are annoying and if you crush them, they ...
... the lovely girl behind the bar, a Florida local, she told us that the Appalachian Trail was accessible just 15 minutes away. If any of you have read any books about the trail, you will understand why this country is so rugged. The trail runs from New England to Georgia, the full length of the Appalachian mountain range. It is a famous hiking trail for keen hikers from all over the world. For detailed information and its history, ...
As most of you are aware Sheila and I depart at the end of this month for two months in Europe. We have signed on with this travel blog and will send comments and pictures as we move around. Should you not desire to receive these, just let me know and I'll delete you;). There should be a picture here of some idiot up a pole.
Fred & ...
Come to Eastern America's highest town, the highest resort east of the
Rockies, & the South's #1 snow ski resort, at 5,506' elevation. This
is truly a resort within a resort on top of the world in the Land of
These two-bedroom, two-bath villas that rent out on a nightly, weekly, monthly, or seasonal basis have an abundance of indoor & outdoor amenities.
Adjacent to the Ski Beech Ski Resort, they are at the very top of ...
... to the Atlantic - the Orchard has been a vital travel route since our continent’s earliest settlers began exploring these mountains. Buffalo and elk traversed here, followed by the Cherokee Indians and eventually European settlers.The ancient game paths became foot trails and then trading routes. Early settlers defied British attempts to make peace with the Indians by disallowing settlement to the west of the ...