Clay Corner Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
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The Blue Ridge Parkway runs through the Appalachians in Virginia, and what a beautiful drive! All the rain here creates a very green, lush landscape filled with yellow, white, purple and pink wildflowers and soft pink mountain laurel blooms as well as bright pink rhododendrons. North of the Parkway lies Shenandoah National Park with more of the same peaceful feel. In Fall, this area ...
... I took the forest scissors and considered them a tribute from the trail for my perseverance. I was ready for laundry and a shower after being pretty much constantly damp since Pearisburg in the ever-present humidity, and I was looking forward to a dip in the motel pool. Sadly, the pool was being filled that day, so we couldn't swim, but just being clean and comfortable was good enough. I woke up early the next morning because it was finally time to seam seal my tent. After ...
We have a long list of things to do before our big trek this summer. Motorhome has had all its service work done. Need to install a few things for the Alaska trip like a CB radio. Not much cell phone reception along the AlCan highway. Almost 3,000 miles to get to the launch point of Anacortes, WA. ...
... trying to look at it as a good problem to have for the moment, as the more boring the trail, the easier it is to hike. I'm still able to appreciate Virginia as a break from the constant steep mountains of previous states.
We stopped at the last shelter before Pearisburg, VA, which gave us a quick, 8-mile walk into town the next day. It's interesting looking at how much we had changed physically since the start of the trail, as 8 miles has become a nero for us, and ...
... A big highlight of the hike so far has been the wild ponies in the Grayson Highlands. I had just come off of Mt. Rogers (the highest point in Virginia) and was exhausted from the climb. I go to sit down in the shelter for lunch, and a wild pony just walks straight up to me and starts licking the salt off my arm! As I continued to hike through the Grayson Highlands they ...