Inn at Gristmill Square
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... with ice, so we used the handrails to keep our footing. Next, we stopped to see Middle Falls on Hills Creek, a 45-foot waterfall that was also completely frozen. At this overlook, we had a nice view of the frozen waterfall. Then we continued down to the lower waterfall. This waterfall is over 60 feet and the most impressive of the three and the only one that was not completely frozen. However, there was an amazing cone of ice at the base of the ...
... water is warmer than other creeks. The path heading down to the base was quite steep and the snow-covered rocks made the going a little treacherous. But we made it safely down to the base and got some gorgeous pictures from here. As we started making our way back up, we saw some people at the overlook. By the time we made it back to the parking area, they were heading back to their car and commented that we were very brave to ...
... and northern Virginia, as we headed further south, it got lighter and lighter and soon was only visible high up on mountain peaks. Near Natural Bridge, we got off the highway and headed towards the James River Face Wilderness in Jefferson National Forest. We were planning a hike to Devil’s Marbleyard to break up the long drive. The small ...
West Virginia sometimes feels like a place left back in time.
It’s probably the only state that has fewer people than a century ago, an
outmigration have has led to a situation where very little new has been built
for decades. The houses all seem at least a half century old, and towns have
few modern buildings except for the service stations, chain restaurants, and
motels near highway interchanges. It’s actually quite nice compared ...
... up a thirst. The engine burned through 4 tons of coal on just the one trip, all shoveled by hand. Maybe it was the Fireman that was drinking all the water!
When we got back to the station, we enjoyed a nice late lunch/early supper at the Last Run Restaurant. Then J, K and T headed back to Roanoke and Sheryl and I went off to find Whitaker Park, the local RV park. We ...