Fiddler's Roost Cabins
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... we reached the end
of Cedar Ridge Trail. At this point, we
turned left to get on the Mountains-to-Sea Trail, which runs concurrently with
Bluff Mountain Trail, roughly following the Blue Ridge Parkway southbound. Although the trail had some ups and downs, it
was much more level than the hike up to this point. Moreover, the humidity dropped as we hiked
out of the gorge and there ...
... 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 ...
... there were another 30 or 40 cars having a snooze. Again, this was a huge mixture from the very ratty to the almost pristine, but even more dusty than the museum. Apparently they swap the cars in and out of the main museum as the whim takes them. Great little bonus.
We will head northward toward Washington, up through the Shenandoah Valley, but will pause at the Blue Ridge Music Center to check it out and leave our thanks with Erynn for a very special weekend.
So I miscalculated a little bit on just how long it would take to drive the BR Parkway.
Two and a half days was not nearly enough.
Day one was fogged out in any case, but day two was gorgeous. Too many places to stop and take in the scenery. Still, a peaceful, almost zen way to travel: no traffic lights, no traffic, no 100-foot signs, just smooth sailing along quiet, open road. A few cyclists working hard up the hills. ...