Stoney Meadow Inn B&B

Address: 208 Radford Road SE, Floyd, Virginia, 24091, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 208 Radford Road SE, Floyd.
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    Travel Blogs from Floyd

    Appalachian foot hills , more feckin banjos .

    A travel blog entry by hatleskog on Jun 05, 2015

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... 3 white dudes from the local church choir/band . Following this 2 more bands but Blue grass , quite good actually but the dancing was mental , Flatfooting its called , check it out . So on the way home stopped from a cheeky we nachos then to bed . Another toilet observation , Americans dont have a toilet brush in the dunny .      .....and another thing , all the stereotyping of banjo land and the Appalachians well I can report its all ...

    Rain, Fog, Rain, Fog, Rain - but still fabulous

    A travel blog entry by atkinsranch on Jun 05, 2015

    3 comments, 12 photos

    The Blue Ridge Parkway runs through the Appalachians in Virginia, and what a beautiful drive! All the rain here creates a very green, lush landscape filled with yellow, white, purple and pink wildflowers and soft pink mountain laurel blooms as well as bright pink rhododendrons. North of the Parkway lies Shenandoah National Park with more of the same peaceful feel. In Fall, this area ...

    Picking Up The Pieces

    A travel blog entry by jwatson on May 23, 2015

    12 photos

    ... the aforementioned viewpoints, which became just a grey haze, and the fact that all the terrain around the Dragon's Tooth was rocks. Steep, craggy rocks that we had to scramble over and even at times almost climb (there were ladder rungs set into the rocks on the trail at multiple points). Rocks that became slippery and treacherous when they got wet, turning what would have been a fun and exciting hike the day before into a slow, tedious experience picking our way down the trail, ...

    Getting ready to go

    A travel blog entry by glen-maryellen on May 17, 2015

    We have a long list of things to do before our big trek this summer. Motorhome has had all its service work done. Need to install a few things for the Alaska trip like a CB radio. Not much cell phone reception along the AlCan highway. Almost 3,000 miles to get to the launch point of Anacortes, WA. ...

    Damascus to Daleville, Va (mile 728)

    A travel blog entry by hgarner11 on Apr 23, 2015

    48 photos

    ... A big highlight of the hike so far has been the wild ponies in the Grayson Highlands. I had just come off of Mt. Rogers (the highest point in Virginia) and was exhausted from the climb. I go to sit down in the shelter for lunch, and a wild pony just walks straight up to me and starts licking the salt off my arm! As I continued to hike through the Grayson Highlands they ...