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... back to childhood and makes a new friend of Otis (or was it Oscar?) and reveals to all that she wants to be reincarnated as an otter;
2) Jeanne looks and feels great;
3) Being silly, Jane falls down in kitchen and hurts bum (good thing that was all!),
4) Sue, Karen and Jane make it to the top of Peaks of Otter;
5) "Aflac" entertains everyone along with drying chicken feet;
6) and dead animals on the walls.
... 3 miles away so the slaves would know what they had to do each part of the day.
Walked back to the visitor's centre via the graveyard and had lunch at the cafe. We had not bought supplies earlier. The cloud appeared to be lifting so we walked back up the hill to see if the house was more visible. We could see a little of the view this time. We finally left Monticello around 2 pm with the intention of driving on the Blue Ridge Parkway.
... one of the easiest creek crossings I've done. After crossing, we headed back up to finish off the loop and head back to the parking area. From here, we headed just a few miles north on the Blue Ridge Parkway and parked at Sunset Fields Overlook at mile post 78.4. From here, we got on Apple Orchard Falls Trail (#17) and started the hike down to the waterfall. In about a quarter-mile, the trail crossed ...
... the Lake Trail, though we couldn’t see the lake even though it was only a few feet away and then passed Polly Woods’ Ordinary. This small 19th century building was an Inn that provided “ordinary” amenities to weary travelers. Then we continued down the road past the picnic area and picked up the Flat Top Trail. It’s 1.8 miles to the summit and gains another 1500 feet of elevation along the way - another ...
When George Washington was a young surveyor, he scaled 7metres up the left wall of the bridge and carved his initials in the rock when he surveyed the area in 1750. His initials can be still seen today.
We continued along the Cedar Creek trail to the recreated Monacan Indian Village and spoke to a woman weaving baskets and a man who was attending the fire. They gave us an outline of what life would have been like for the Sedentary Indian tribes who ...