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... cave in the area called Luray Caverns. The area is dominated by limestone and with limestone comes caverns and karsts. We drove through the small town of Luray and pulled into the Cavern parking lot. Not only was the cavern here, but there were museums, historic buildings, a garden maze and more. The trip into the cave took a bit over an hour. It was beautifully done, with lights showering the stalactites and stalagmites. There was a room called ...
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Around midnight I heard lots of yelling and exclamations. Shortly thereafter,Betsy walked in with the cash spilling out of her pocket. She was the big winner! The wives of the men, who I met the next weekend at a joint family camping trip, were all thrilled to have a woman beat their husbands. Several of them said, "you know, our husbands are really competitive." I just smiled and said, "you haven't met Betsy, have you?."
... in the Blue Ridge Mts. was to the top of "Old Rag" mountain. Ryan took us on this nine-mile loop. This was exactly the kind of hike that we know we won't be able to do probably some time in our 'nearish' future. It was at the outer limits for our quads and knees in terms of stamina. There was an extended section of climbing up, around, and under boulders at the top. You know other people think you are old when they keep offering ...
... here in the Virginia mountains. It was a great day made really special by the fact that Kevin had contacted quite a few of the folks at home and told them they could get cards to me via Graeme on his recent visit to his parents in England - the FedEx man turned up with them all on my actual Birthday. I was also spoiled by Steve and Deb and then we all went out for a great meal - the US manages to keep roads open in the ...
After saying bye to Wynnewood, we drove a few hours on industrial, heavily-trafficked highways. Soon after crossing the border into Virginia, the roads became more rural. As we neared Shenandoah the weather took a turn for the worse and we could see ominous storm clouds in the distance. After entering the park we had to slow down as there were a few cars pulled off to the side of the road. A ...
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