Hidden Valley Bed and Breakfast
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... the trail, so we had to duck down or go around in many places. Despite the challenges in hiking this easy trail (that is handicapped-accessible for the first portion), it was a beautiful snowy scene. Soon we came out at the overlook for Upper Falls on Hills Creek. This 25-foot waterfall was completely frozen, but there was no good spot to view it from. We continued on the trail from here and began descending via steps and switchbacks. The steps were ...
... heated spring, so this waterfall was not frozen. However, there were some nice icicles hanging from the cliff face and some snow and ice around the rocks at the base. We then headed down to the base following a faint path from the picnic area. Near the top of the waterfall, there was a rope swing - I guess people swim in the pool near the top when the weather is warmer. It was way too cold today to even think about swimming, ...
... have slaves but the circumstances of the time made it hard for him to free the slaves. If they were made free, under Virginian state law they would have to leave the state after 12 months. This would make them homeless. Also, he was the father of several children with one of the slaves, Sally Hemming, although he did not admit to it during his lifetime but it has been proven through DNA. He did give 5 slaves freedom on his death. It took some time ...
A great first day of my trip! Wanted to go straight to Virginia on my first day, and made it.
A beautiful ride through the Appalachian mountains.
- 657 miles
- 10.5 hours
- Gas: $3.24
- Route 84 to Route 81
- Lots of fall colors while traveling
- 4 stops
- 2 Iced coffees
- Lots of snacks
... abut another possible vantage point, but it was on private property. We didn't really
think we had time to get permission and still find the spot in time, but once in the general area, we found a campground with a "welcome" sign. Since we could hear the train's whistle, we drove through the campground on a road that got ever smaller until i suddenly saw what
looked like railroad tracks. I got out of the truck to look, and, sure enough, that's what they ...