The Inn at Lost River
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... actually a waterfall at the end. We'd pass people and they'd say, "You're almost there!" So we kept going and going and going. We did finally see the top of the waterfalls and it was really pretty! Then we saw a sign that let us know the bottom was 1000 ft further down. We walked down and it was such a beautiful waterfall. At the time, I was really glad we decided to walk down and see this amazing view! It was a little muddy and slippery, but well worth it.
Since it turned out to be a beautiful day and didn't rain as we heard it was going to do, Caitlyn did a Rope Adventure! We're so happy that she overcame a few fears and didn't give up on a few of the more difficult obstacles. She took her time and did it! It was really great to see her so high up in the air and having such a great time. She spent almost an hour up there!
After sleeping in for once, we headed out after a quick brunch to Luray Caverns! We remembered to grab the jackets but really didn't need them inside the caverns. Caitlyn probably needed hers though. It was pretty awesome to see some of Mother Nature's hidden work! DD loved hearing the organ 'play' the stalactites!
... at night. We drove a hundred miles toward Lancaster, or Amish country, to knock off some of our drive tomorrow. Along the way through Virginia, I did note some interesting place names. You can definitely tell the Civil War was fought here with names like Hurt, Lynch and Winchester.
So where did we spend the night?? Walmart of course! You have to love the fact that Sam Walton was an RVer! We are ...
... I'm fascinated by the concept that each person should be free to try to find answers to the "big questions of life" on their own, rather than have someone tell them what the "answers" are. This freedom is sorely lacking in Western monotheistic faiths. Go to just about any church, mosque or synagogue and you are pretty much informed what you're supposed to believe and not believe.
In the Middle East I was very inspired with my encounter with the Baha'i ...