Shenandoah Springs Country Inn

Address: RR 1, Madison, Virginia, 22727, United States | B&B
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A travel blog entry by meghannphillips on Aug 08, 2015

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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 ...

Harpers Ferry history

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Apr 16, 2015

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... Union/Confederate clashes occurred nearby in 1862, involving General Robert E. Lee's troops.

We walked around the rather quaint settlement, taking in all the history. Then drove into the Shenandoah Valley. Spotted two large dinosaurs at Double Toll Gate.

Next entered Shenandoah N.P. and "activated" our national parks pass. Drove the first half of the Skyline Drive, a 105 mile road built 1931-9, that runs along the top of the Blue Ridge ...

Shenadoah National Park, Virginia

A travel blog entry by amybrazier on Aug 24, 2014

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Shenadoah National Park was a great escape after the cities. Our tour van followed the highway called Skyline Drive which goes along the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains and is also part of the Appalachian Trail. There were a lot of scenic overlooks which we drank in, especially at Skyland which is the highest point of the drive at 1121m. We practically had our head in ...

Brightwood Day 7

A travel blog entry by em_gruzin on May 19, 2014

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... after that and in the last part of my lunch break I decided to practise some of my dance- ha! Lots of fun but got carried away and didn't realize that I had gone over my lunch break... Oops. Anyway, for the remainder of my day I helped Lindsey and Kelly doing more garden work and we worked on another bed that was going to have celery planted in it. As well as that Lindsey and I hoed the entire bed. That was back breaking work! And ...

Drive to Blue Ridge Mountains

A travel blog entry by gaduzabe on Aug 30, 2013

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... of the nicest stretches of interstate you can find. There are no big cities and the road curves and rises with the land passing lovely farms and horse pastures. The only negative (and it is a minor one) is that it attracts a fair amount of tractor trailers since there are no tolls on this road and is the closest north-south alternative to I-95. We stopped for lunch at a Subway just short of the Virginia line, a rare treat for the family from the ...