Mountain Rose Inn
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- Swimming pool
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... We were nearing the end of our trip, had to pack up our site, which we lugged up what felt like miles to the car... When we got to the cars there was a clipboard on lees windshield with Ronda and Ken's contact information so we could all keep in touch. After we left our information for them, we said our goodbyes to the farm and drove to the park. Our goal on our final day was to find a face called Cook's wall and climb the **** out of it! We got to the park, ...
... Virginia Tech, the campus of which neither one of us has ever seen. We took a walk around the parade ground and learned that Tech was originally a military school--or had some sort of military requirement, anyway. The architecture in this part of campus is very distinctive and clearly all of the same era. Tech was one of the land grant universities, so not surprising that the center of ...
... the first time I got to go into it, so nice! They just finished a new fitness center that is amazing. It was not opened yet so we couldn't go inside. I kept taking pictures and annoying everyone, but I knew they would be glad later. I told them we have to document everything we do!
... buy her a good vacuum cleaner. Caroline loves to vacuum, but never has a good working vacuum. She is all set now.
After dropping off Greg and Caroline Mom and I drove to the hotel. Mom failed to appreciate my "wing it" style of driving and directions, but we made it safely and had a good night's sleep.
Today we cycled into Blacksburg via Radford VA. Route 654 , the old Baltimore road was serene and a wonderful early morning view of this part of Virginia. We rode into Newbern and were engaged with the early history of this tiny mountaintop village...the homes dated to the early 19th century. Our life is not easy so we had to continue on busy roads for the remaining 15 miles.....life is tough...: ...