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4th November 2013
Start: Radisson Hotel, Reagan National Airport, 2020 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Arlington, Virginia
Finish: Motel 6, 870 N Lee Hwy, Lexington, Virginia
After a day of sight-seeing in the capital, we hit the road again this morning. We headed to a Walmart store and bought an esky, flask, cutting board etc, so we can start saving abit of cash. We then headed south west to the Blue Ridge Parkway which is ...
... where a helpful volunteer told us what to see in the historic center of town. We started with a tour of Stonewall Jackson's home, where he lived when he was teaching at VMI (several people told us he was a much better General than a teacher!). Then we walked around downtown-- if you look closely at the bottom floor of the three story brick downtown building, you can see that it is actually ...
I decided not to ride this morning, although the weather was beautiful. My route today was going to be almost 400 miles, so I wanted to get on the road early. I was able to get a picture of the RV park at Whispering Hills before I pulled out, and also a picture of Tipsy Tina at the entrance sign.
This was my second three state drive. On Tuesday, I drove through Illinois, Indiana ...
... this area. Their village enclosure would have been largely built and tended by the woman of the tribe, while the men went hunting. Interestingly, the tribes are lead by women and their sons left and married outside the tribe walking long distances to new tribal areas in search of a wife.
We walked to the end of the Cedar Creek trail to Lace falls. The Locust trees were starting to shed their leaves signalling the start of fall. Other attractions we viewed were ...
The Natural Bridge at Glasgow in Virginia is another spectacular geological formation to see.
Discovered by Monacan Indians. Purchased by Thomas Jefferson from King George III of England. Surveyed by George Washington. This Natural Bridge is part of the US Highway 11 which runs on top of it.
We took a very long walk along the Cedar Creek Nature Trail, taking in such sights as the Lace Falls and the Lost River