The Inn at Lost River

7015 State Road 259, Lost River, West Virginia, 26810, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 7015 State Road 259, Lost River.
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    From Newspring to Woodstock

    A travel blog entry by tchester on Jun 15, 2014

    6 photos

    ... 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.
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    1839. A Good Stopping Point

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on May 04, 2014

    7 photos

    ... which isn't much more than a few houses and shops along the highway. I'm determined to reach my major milestone today: Woodstock, Virginia.

    What's special about Woodstock? Well, back in August of 2003, I was living a peaceful middle class life in a nice neighborhood, but I had a growing restlessness--a feeling that I could be doing much more with my life than this. Then one day after work, I got in my car and went to ...

    1838. The Great Train Raid

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on May 04, 2014

    16 photos

    9 hrs, 16 kms

    This segment is of my Superhike is a 2 day hike, so after a chilly night sleeping in my car, I get an early start on down the road. Right south of Middletown I take a detour to check out a "plantation"--which turns out to be little more than an old house on a knoll and barn--but it is nice to get off the highway and enjoy the idyllic country roads.

    There are, of course, Civil War markers all along the way. Here ...

    1837. The Unitarian Universalist Church

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on May 03, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    4 hrs, 8 kms

    Note: date has been changed to keep towns in geographic order.

    On down the road is another relic of the past--not so distant past this time: a drive in movie theatre. This was the place to be (with your date, of course!) 60 years ago. Nowadays there are just a couple left.

    I'm struck with the realization that the American love affair with cars was actually stronger 60 years ago than it is today, if you can believe that. Back then drive ...

    God is your imaginary friend

    A travel blog entry by mr.henry on Sep 28, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    We are worried about old Mr Henry. Yesterday we received an email from him asking if we were going to Las Vegas at any point, because he'd be able to set up a meeting with "management". Management of what? Frank’s management, of course. Maybe it’s time to break the news and tell him that event management is an excellent idea for keeping the mind active, but how about Kahmal for launching the final report? A has-been, but not a dead has-been.
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