Hidden Valley Bed and Breakfast

Address: Hidden Valley Rd, Warm Springs, Virginia, 24484, United States | B&B
 
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      Travel Blogs from Warm Springs

      Old House and fog

      A travel blog entry by hyoung74 on Oct 13, 2014

      12 photos

      ... few miles on the highway towards the parkway it became evident that the clouds were still on the mountains and the drive would be viewless. We changed plans and headed west on the highway 64 to wherever we made it. Our decision was vindicated as we went through fog so thick we could see only a few metres in front of us. As we left the mountains and looked back we could see the whole ridge line in cloud.

      We made it to Covington for the night. Found ...

      Day 1: First Night in Virginia

      A travel blog entry by jeffreynh on Sep 25, 2014

      2 photos

      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
      I'm thinking of waking up and driving to Asheville, NC ...

      The Scenic Route to MN, Day Five

      A travel blog entry by wheelerlj on Aug 21, 2014

      ... across, but we decided the vegetation would block the view of the train, and it would be very hard to hold the camera steady while standing on a movable bridge so we took the train pics from solid ground. Then we rode the afternoon departure which included two restored Wabash cabooses now rented as overnite (or longer) lodging at the end of the (currently) usable track, about 10 miles from the terminal. It's a pretty ride, with plenty of curves ...

      The Scenic Route to MN, Day Five

      A travel blog entry by wheelerlj on Aug 21, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... derelict but is probably NOT beyond hope, as the Cass has thriving restoration/rebuilding shops. -- The D&G also supposedly hope to add some 4-6-0 Baldwins for use on much of the (hypothetically) restored-loop, though the grade and the switchbacks on the Cass between Durbin and Cass would probably rule out use of any much-heavier locomotives there.

      As you can undoubtedly tell, ww thoroughly enjoyed hearing about all this and learning more than he knew before about a ...

      Trains, telescopes, fire trucks and quilts

      A travel blog entry by wheelerlj on Aug 20, 2014

      1 comment

      ... br> We couldn't see the train, but we could still hear it, and thought it was coming our way. Then the sounds got fainter and then stopped. Then we heard a whistle and more train sounds, so we waited, but they stopped again. We decided to wait five more minutes, and our patience paid off. The train eventually came around the bend, and we got some more pictures.

      Back to the station for lunch and shots of the next train leaving. Then we headed back ...