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closed gift shop, we hiked up past the lodge to Wildcat Rocks Overlook and
stopped here to eat our lunch. The views
here are fantastic and it was a great spot to sit and eat. Far below, we could see Caudill Cabin deep in
the gorge. After lunch, we got back on
Bluff Mountain Trail and continued hiking southbound. The area is bald between the lodge and the
cabin so the ...
... in shortly. Lacey and I
are sitting on our cabin’s deck enjoying a gentle breeze and temperatures in
the low 60’s. We needed to have the
furnace on in the camper last night and, since we are headed for the
Adirondacks in upper New York State, I filled up the propane bottles this
morning. The camper uses propane for the
furnace, hot water heater, generator and as an alternate source for ...
... Additionally, sometime yesterday the safety glass in the cabover bunk escape window exploded, sending glass everywhere. Put on a temporary repair (Gorilla Tape) when we stopped for the night tonight. Gorilla Tape is the successor to Duct Tape and MUCH stronger.
Cool and rainy as we travel through the Shenandoah Valley, stopping tonight ...
... hokey for our taste… lots of glitz and pizzazz and sparkly costumes, but some good music along with it. The second evening, Sleep Canyon Rangers was great, with one of the most intense and manic fiddlers we’ve ever seen. Sorry…didn’t write down his name.
Another thing that was fun about the Festival was the inclusion of young people. Not only did they have their own stage (a mixed bag… some good, some not so…) but ...
... to the northeast corner!!!
Our first tourist stop was Abingdon, VA. It's a neat little Appalachian town with lots of historic buildings. We walked up and down the main drag and saw some really neat buildings. According to the guide book, if Daniel Boone had had his way, this place would have been called Wolf Hills. (Our camera settings were messed up which made everything blue.)