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Travel Blogs from Pounding Mill
Got up and went for a nice run up to Safari Zoo. Drove to Lexington and ended up driving in back of a zoo and 5 giraffe were very interested in us and kept looking over the fence at us. We were looking for the Natural Bridge and got lost. We stopped to ask two Appalachia men for directions. They had hand tools in their hands. Afterwards, Santiago said " From now on don't ...
The last three days have been a mix of some of the wettest weather, beautiful country side, and gracious friends. We left Front Royal and headed down Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park. This scenic drive follows the crest of the Blue Ridge mountains for 105 miles. At its southern end it joins the Blue Ridge Parkway, which stretches 469 miles to Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
At the ...
... for dinner. Totally bizarre. The locals all know this--they mostly brought in pizza from the local Little Caesar's. Not prohibited by management.
They made a big push to sell everyone a $5 raffle ticket to raise money for the projector; frankly, if they'd been selling hot dogs and hamburgers in the ten years they've been open, they'd have that money in the bag!
Movies were Despicable Me 2 ...
... but there is not enough quit in me just yet.
ill hit 500 miles in the morning!"
"woke up today and had a beautiful view out the back of the shelter. Turns out th magazine i read about the privy was old. In the past couple years the trees have grown just above the sight line making it so i couldn't see anything from the privy :(
I am now at the top of a rock looking out over all of the greyson highlands...... amazingly great spot. I am ...
... one of the sections of cave that lie
beneath the National Park. We entered the cave through a natural
entrance down a flight of steps. There were some sections where we
had to squat to get through the passage and there were other sections
where we had to turn sideways. But for most of the tour we were able
to stand and walk through the cave with no problem. At one point we
were over 350 feed beneath the surface. To ...