Bedrock Inn

Address: Rt 460, Pounding Mill, Virginia, 24637-0105, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on Rt 460, Pounding Mill.
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Travel Blogs from Pounding Mill

Hostel Living Reimagined

A travel blog entry by doug.jamieson on Sep 16, 2015

1 comment, 1 photo

... a well painted 1994 Chevy Astro van. Eddie has kind of a goofy voice but also with a huge heart and love for everyone. I get the feeling his only income is the donations for the hostel. The first church hostel had its own zany characters. There was another Rick. Let's call him Sketchy Rick because he drives an old Dodge van in the same body style and dark blue color that is in every cliche image of a rapist van. If it had had tinted windows, I would have ...

Day 8: First Week Recap

A travel blog entry by doug.jamieson on Sep 15, 2015

3 comments, 5 photos

... in Kentucky. She was really cute in an outdoors kind of way and had a very chill attitude. Then I looked down and saw that after so much riding her legs were tree trunks that could crush me. Not my cup of tea. Like the guys, her clothes were much darker than the original colors. Constant hand washing makes them smell nice but doesn't get dirt out. She clearly wasn't a fan of sunscreen. In the first week I covered 418 miles from Yorktown, VA to Max ...

Meet the hikers

A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Jun 15, 2015

4 photos

... brought them some treats) for the next week on the trail. They have some interesting gadgets, including a tiny gas stovetop. Footgear becomes very important and they have issues with drying as rain has been abundant this summer. Allison had a bite and rash on her leg but no pain or illness- so- they will continue on their way! They are still full of excitement and energy. What a bold endeavor! After breakfast we gave them a ride back to the AT.

Highlands and Lows

A travel blog entry by jwatson on May 05, 2015

12 photos

... versions of the same forest for the past 500 miles. And yes, it's been 500. I crossed that point shortly before reaching the shelter that afternoon. The first 100 miles came really slowly, but all the rest have seemed to come much faster. There was something else notable about the day: I saw some wild ponies. The area, especially Grayson Highlands State Park, is known for having wild ponies that wander around, and while I only saw one up fairly close, I saw several groups in ...

Hungry Mother State Park and the surrounding area

A travel blog entry by mga60tw on Sep 12, 2014

8 photos

... some Amish owned farms. There is a tiny General Store in Burkes Garden that is run by the Amish. We had a great sandwich with homemade sour dough bread. An excellent sandwich and to top it off a bowl of homemade peach ice cream. What a lunch!!

On Friday we took a short couple of mile hike around the lake in Hungry Mother State Park. It was a nice hike and we had a good time. Our campground, called Camp Burson really ...