The Widow Kip's Country Inn
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This past weekend, we headed north to Virginia for a weekend of camping and hiking in Shenandoah National Park. The forecast for the weekend suggested a lot of rain and thunderstorms, but we hoped for the best. We met at Walmart in Oxford and caravanned to the park, taking the more scenic route of US-15 north most of the way. It drizzled most of the way up, but never rained heavily. And by the ...
... checked in, ate and Tori swam for an hour. We are still fairly disorganized about packing and unpacking so I am beginning to feel more comfortable about being seen in public in my PJ's. Tori has no problem with it. We are supposed to be having a super moon but it looks fairly normal to ...
Our first day on the road. Tori wants to stay on interstates and close to big cities. It is a challenge to my usual driving style. We did manage to get through both Baltimore and Washington DC with only a minor tie-up. Stopped and ate at chain restaurants. Not my usual style but this is Tori's trip. Our next destination is Arlington, Texas. Tori has a friend there.
... 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 ...
... first try at one of the locations.
Our last turn led us onto a small, windy one-lane road for the last four miles. Those are ok in a car, but in an RV they can be tight! When we reached the vineyard, the drive was worthwhile. We entered through big iron gates and could see the grapevines growing up and down the steep hills. The owner said we could park behind the winery when I called ahead.