Sharp Rock Vineyard Bed And Breakfast Cottages
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... of this programme. When the programme started, the mountains were bare of trees – around 1000 trees per mile were planted throughout the park to make it into the forest that it is today. This has also allowed lots of wildlife to come and live in the park, including black bears. We were lucky enough to see one cross the road in front of us – but it ran into the trees too quickly to get any photos!
On another day trip, we went down to ...
... and decided to stay in the Big Meadows Campground which is a National Park facility. It is a large camp with 221 sites, toilets, showers, laundry, camp store and each site has a table and fire pit - excellent value at $US20 a night. Our attempts at lighting a fire were not good - we put it down to wet wood as it poured with heavy rain all night - after all how could we be at fault? The camps are similarly run to Australian national parks with volunteer ...
... I can take some home with me! Packing up was quite a mission and also unpacking when we got home was also quite hard but it was nice once it was all done! For most of my afternoon today I spent my time with my girls. I also brushed Fiona the cow and the 3 donkeys! They sure enjoyed their brushes! But it was really upsetting for me to see Lucy in the state that she was. She tried to walk but she just couldn't! She has no balance and I think it's because her neck is so badly ...
... Mountains part of the Appalachians in the state of Virginia. It is long and narrow, with the broad Shenandoah River and Valley on the west side, and the rolling hills of the Virginia Piedmont on the east.
After a month away from any National Parks and never before seeing east coast parks our reaction was "Wow what a park!". We were both blown away by how green, dense and lush the forest was. It felt like a rainforest, I thought to myself ‘This ...
... scrapbooks. It only cost about $50 for around 500 photos, which isn't bad at all.
On Tuesday Claire and Josh invited us to spend the afternoon with them, where we made duct tape bags, rings, hairbands etc - now it sounds wierd, but it was very cool! We then went with them to Osaka's, a resturaunt where they literally cook the food in front of you - they have a grill with a table around it and you get to see your ...