King's Victorian Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... other vehicles had driven through the snow that we were able to make it about a half-mile to the parking at the trailhead. From the parking area, we started hiking the short trail to see the three waterfalls along this stretch of creek. Like the forest road, the trail was completely covered in snow and we had to follow footprints to stay on the trail. Many of the rhododendrons and other trees were heavily weighed down with snow and ice and were ...
... heated spring, so this waterfall was not frozen. However, there were some nice icicles hanging from the cliff face and some snow and ice around the rocks at the base. We then headed down to the base following a faint path from the picnic area. Near the top of the waterfall, there was a rope swing - I guess people swim in the pool near the top when the weather is warmer. It was way too cold today to even think about swimming, ...
... br> monotony of the human landscape across most of the country. Attitudes of
residents may also not be very modern, but I didn’t get into the kinds of
conversations where that might become apparent to me.
What could be more West Virginia than staying at a little
old motel (The Black Bear Motel) and waking up to look out the back window to
see two hunters skinning deer beside their pickup trucks?
The Allegheny Highlands in West ...
... around. Another quick shower and back on the road we went. Since daylights savings time happened it’s been annoying driving as it gets dark so quickly. Driving on small roads is a lot less fun in the dark, especially through the forest, so by 5pm we pretty much have to get to where we want to be. We found a Wal-Mart in Lewisburg West Virginia and settled down there for the night. Before we would only get to where we wanted to stop at around 7pm so we had time to make supper ...
... 3 miles away so the slaves would know what they had to do each part of the day.
Walked back to the visitor's centre via the graveyard and had lunch at the cafe. We had not bought supplies earlier. The cloud appeared to be lifting so we walked back up the hill to see if the house was more visible. We could see a little of the view this time. We finally left Monticello around 2 pm with the intention of driving on the Blue Ridge Parkway.