The Inn at Lost River
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We have enjoyed our stay here and it has been real quiet except for the weekends, when all the locals take advantage of the scenery and weather. It is good to see people out and enjoying nature. We will be moving on tomorrow to Hungry Mother State Park in Marion, Va.
We have taken several hikes in the park ...
We spent another day in Harrisburg as I was feeling under the weather. But the next morning I was feeling well enough to make it to Shenandoah State Park in Bentonville, Va. It was only a 150 miles and we are now enjoying the state park. Bentonville is close to Front Royal, Va., the start of the Skyline Drive in the Shenandoah National Park.
The campground is very nice but doesn't have wifi:(( and no TV:)) but Suzanne and I have been reading a lot. I can ...
Day 1: it is a very long trip here and Hinesh is nice enough to do all of it today. We drive for over 10 hours. And for the last 16 miles the GPS takes us to a windy back road that adds about 30 mins to the trip. We are even stopped by local cops who are doing a licence check. They didn't even blink at Hinesh’s UK licence. We only have energy to find a hotel (Best Western) and grab dinner of a veggie pizza across the way from the hotel before we crash.
... first try at one of the locations.
Our last turn led us onto a small, windy one-lane road for the last four miles. Those are ok in a car, but in an RV they can be tight! When we reached the vineyard, the drive was worthwhile. We entered through big iron gates and could see the grapevines growing up and down the steep hills. The owner said we could park behind the winery when I called ahead.
... south side (I do plan to hike north from Chambersburg for a good ways).
Maybe someday I'll come back and see what's beyond Woodstock... Maybe explore the towns along the endless Appalachian Valley that stretches the entire length of the country.... Maybe head east and get back on the Appalachian Trail.
Or maybe not. Maybe I've discovered enough about this part of the world... and it's time to explore something ...