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This is it!! The last Day in East Beach for 3 weeks! I'm so excited to explore America and see what I've been missing. I'll blog along the way.
Our first stop was Virginia Military Institute, in Lexington Va, where my brother went ...
... at a campsite about 9 miles outside town. I had picked up the tent I had ordered that day before leaving Pearisburg, so I took the opportunity to set it up (I still needed to seam seal it, so it wasn't completely waterproof yet, but as it was Sunday and the post office was closed, I was still carrying my hammock as well, so I hung my tarp over it). It worked fine, and I think I'll enjoy using it, especially once it's seam sealed. I got a Protrail from Tarptent, and it weighs a ...
... and explained a lot about the track and how things work there. We saw several horses working out on the grass track and the dirt track.
After leaving the track we went to the Louisville Slugger factory in downtown Louisville. The big bat leaning against the building weighs 68,000 pounds. at the factory tour was most interesting.
We were able to watch the difference between turning a bat on a lathe to following an ...
... passing the Belfast Trailhead and parking at the Sulphur Springs Trailhead. There was a huge patch of wild geranium blooming right at the trailhead. After getting our stuff ready, we began hiking up Sulphur Springs Trail (#3001). The trail is almost all uphill, but it’s a gradual ascent so it didn’t seem to strenuous. We passed into the James River Face Wilderness area almost immediately and continued following Sulphur Spring upstream, eventually crossing ...
... of feeling from scare to screaming to laughing to nervous.
There is a birds house where you can feed them on a little stick with sesame seeds on it. This stick also attracts the birds to come to you. It's very cool to see about 4 or 5 of them coming to your way at one time.