Lost River Bed & Breakfast

8079 SR 259, Lost River, West Virginia, 26810, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 8079 SR 259, Lost River.
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    Travel Blogs from Lost River

    From Newspring to Woodstock

    A travel blog entry by tchester on Jun 15, 2014

    6 photos

    ... the best! Who doesn't love banana and Nutella crepes!? There was live music and some entertainment - a group of people who had obviously tried several wines! They danced for us which made for dinner and a show!
    We walked back to the RV where Tommy took his Sunday nap and the kids and I watched a movie. When he got up, he had a second wind, so we left the vineyard to head north again. He actually likes ...

    1839. A Good Stopping Point

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on May 04, 2014

    7 photos

    ... from the clutches of the routine of life and chase after our dreams. A few months later I took a month off work to wander around India... a few months after that I took another couple weeks to travel from Mexico to Panama and back... and have been traveling on and off ever since.

    So Woodstock has a symbolic meaning for me. Here is where it all started. And now, hiking from Chambersburg to Woodstock on foot has a ...

    1838. The Great Train Raid

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on May 04, 2014

    16 photos

    ... included "scorched earth" tactics which meant destroying crops, homes--just about everything.

    Strangely, the Shenadoah Valley, despite its historic importance doesn't feel like much of a breadbasket today--mostly pastures and clumps of forest... little of the mass farming I saw up in the Cumberland Valley and Gettysburg area.

    I reach the town of Strausburg, which has a low key feel--few big mansions here. It does have ...

    1837. The Unitarian Universalist Church

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on May 03, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... most people it seems are sitting on lawn chairs behind their cars. I rest my case. Americans in the 21st century DO like to get out of their cars a little more!

    And then on down the road is one of the coolest discoveries of this entire superhike: A Unitarian Universalist church. I've wanted to visit one of these for quite some time, so I'm feeling pretty lucky to come across one on my Superhike!

    So what's special about the UUs? (as they call themselves). ...

    God is your imaginary friend

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

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... the Institute, we had envisaged rough road surfaces, the odd roadside settlement of inbreds who had not seen strangers for months, tumbleweeds and mountain winds whistling ominously, Pale Rider style. Gatlinburg? The name said it all. Sawdust on the saloon floor, horses hitched to hitching posts and, again, mountain winds whistling ominously. But the road across the Smoky Mountains proved to be bitumen and as well-maintained as it was well-travelled, not as ...