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... visitor’s center. We were heading back there so he hopped in and told us some of his stories while we drove. He was in his 50s and had been hiking bits of the Appalachian trail for 10 years. He was also a deep sea diver and spent some times swimming around the shipwrecks in Nova Scotia. Overall a really cool guy! He was going to the visitors center to pick up some supplies for the next leg of his hike so we dropped him off and made our way ...
... the trees would have been on fire. There had been a wind storm the past couple days and almost all the trees were blown bare. The views were still great though because all the valleys were protected from the wind and filled with orange fiery leaves. We drove about halfway into the park and then stopped to do one of the hikes. The Appalachian Trail runs all along the skyline drive so ...
Day 157 Miles driven so far in RV is 9800 since we began this trip last May. Today, we drive 150 miles from DC west to Blue Ridge Mountains and the skyline road in Shenandoah national park. The road is windy and narrow but drivable. We ascend up over 3700 ft across the mountain tops. The Park campsites all full so we headed east into the valley towards ...
... David followed on top rope. There was one ridiculous overhang that I could not manage to make it over... I Jumped and thought I stuck it until I came flying off and into a tree. That tree was a nice little rest spot, but it was nearly impossible to get back to the wall.
Later, Lee, Zach, and Nick caught up with us. They had been working a trad class on the mountain next to ...
... Smokies are beautiful. The Blue Ridge Parkway is also beautiful, but utterly deserted in a freshly-built housing estate sort of way. The road is great. The lookouts are great. The views are great, but in the words of Mrs Henry, “Everything is great but as boring as batshit after ten minutes.”
The Blue Ridge Parkway is a pointless road. It was built during the Great Depression as a work creation scheme prompted by the theories of ...