Cave Hill Farm Bed and Breakfast
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... costs $25, and the place was overrun with guests during the few hours we were there.
Another interesting fact is that Jefferson was so proud of founding the University of Virginia, he had a hole cut in the foliage of the trees surrounding his home so that he could see the campus that lay miles away from his mountaintop home whenever he wished.
After the hustle and bustle of Monticello, we traveled the 2-1/2 miles to the adjoining estate of ...
I don't even know where to start to describe this area of Virginia. During our week stay we saw so many breath-taking views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Water Falls, Historic Civil War Battleground and Museum, and played on grand golf courses.
This will definitely be a place we re-visit and plan to stay a few weeks. Also we would consider making this our retirement home. The cost of living seems to be reasonable as per our visit ...
... This was followed by a small trek. It was pretty chilly especially after the humidity of Washington but it was nice to have fresh air. Our camp site for the night was very rustic. I was last to bed this night and was trying to go to sleep and I could hear something rustling outside. Sticking my head out of the tent I discovered a skunk trying to steal our ...
... to rake off all the weeds as well so add that to working in the sun and you have one pooped out WWOOFer. And I must say that I thoroughly enjoyed my shower that night after all the sweat and dirt from the day! Kelly made a delicious dinner- fried rice, Asian sauce and stir fried veggies! It was so yummy! We all watched Halloween the movie before bed... Yikes that is one gruesome movie! Looking forward to our field trip tomorrow! ...
... sandwich options. Zach, who had been driving since we left the Smokeys, was now feeling rejuvenated so he ended up driving the whole way (7 hours plus). We picked up some groceries including some pork chops for dinner that evening a few miles from the campsite and arrived at the Swift Run campsite at 7 pm with Sandy waiting there for us (she had unexpectedly gotten the day off so she arrived early). The campground was nothing special but we ...