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... need to get an early start in the morning… 325 miles
to DC and I want to be there mid-afternoon.
But this extra day also allowed me to find Skeeters… local
home to famous hot dogs… and they are!
Best hot dog I can ever remember eating…loaded with slaw, onions, cheese
and chili. If you are ever in the area,
you’ve got to try these. Skeeters is on
Main Street in ...
... Additionally, sometime yesterday the safety glass in the cabover bunk escape window exploded, sending glass everywhere. Put on a temporary repair (Gorilla Tape) when we stopped for the night tonight. Gorilla Tape is the successor to Duct Tape and MUCH stronger.
Cool and rainy as we travel through the Shenandoah Valley, stopping tonight ...
... multitude of hikers all together can be), while the further away you get from it, the noisier people are at night, culminating in an area with a huge bonfire pit where there's basically a constant party all night long. Jersey and I found a spot in the woods closer to the field than the bonfire and set up camp before heading to an "Italian feast" that was put on by One Way Ministries. One Way is, at least for Trail Days, a big group of churches from around the region that ...
... trails just to cut off the big loop I knew was coming, but once again, I stuck it out. I think eventually I might start taking those short cuts, but I'm not quite there yet. The Scales was a cool little place. All it was was a wide open grassy area surrounded by fences, but it was pretty incongruous with the surrounding terrain (rocky, scrubby highlands on one side and mountainous forest on the other), which made it more interesting. There was a sign that explained that the ...
... to the northeast corner!!!
Our first tourist stop was Abingdon, VA. It's a neat little Appalachian town with lots of historic buildings. We walked up and down the main drag and saw some really neat buildings. According to the guide book, if Daniel Boone had had his way, this place would have been called Wolf Hills. (Our camera settings were messed up which made everything blue.)