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Travel Blogs from Crozet
... get a photo of something official to prove I’d actually been in West Virginia! … and then I was in Virginia about 10 minutes later, still on a busy freeway.
I finally took another break at the Virginia Museum of the Civil War. All I did was get a map, walked around a bit and take a few photos but I did not get back on the freeway. I drove through Harrisonburg and then it was back to secondary roads for me. The terrain ...
... food of the frontier'! Corn bread and BBQ, beans and fried chicken, mashed potato and biscuits (which are more like thinner scones than our biscuits) with gravy or stewed tomatoes. It was all really good, hearty food and the atmosphere was great as well! I could just imagine this type of food being eaten on cold, snowy nights by roaring wood fires. Very American, and I enjoyed it :)
After wandering around several gift ...
... probably around 150 cans.
Again, the colors were beautiful along the way, but not in full color yet. We are a few weeks early, but are enjoying them nonetheless. We loved the vistas on the Skyline drive in Shenandoah National Park. A few highlights included a visit to the Visitor's Center and a chance happening in one of the overlooks upon a family whose kids have a bluegrass band. The kids were performing ...
Looking forward to seeing the scenic beauty of Virginia we headed to 'Gryffon's Aerie' farm and what a welcome we received. The whole 'Southern Hospitality' concept was growing clearer and clearer, when we arrived tired and sweaty we were greeted by Collins and Ramona Huff telling us to get down to the creek for the picnic. A picnic by a creek was oh so very welcome and we got some great footage of Collins frying the bacon on an open stove and the platter of yuminess ...
Only a few hours from Miami, I am now in Charlottesville. Home to University of Virginia Jefferson's Monticello - that's why. The third president of the United States and the primary author of the Constitution made his primary plantation here in Charlottesville. The only private home that's on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites - making it a must see for me!!!
Nothing at Monticello is more interesting to me ...
Other places to stay in Crozet
6051 Sugar Hollow Road, Crozet | B&Bfrom $176
- Peace and Quiet in the Virginia Countryside
- Peace and Tranquility
- The Inn at Sugar Hollow Farm