Natural Bridge/Lexington Koa
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Stayed in a 6 bedroom "cabin" in Blue Ridge Mountains close to Bedford, VA and Peaks of Otter.
As Jeanne said "The good times just keep getting better. And, Karen, thanks for coordinating everything with the house. As much as we *****ed about it, it really hit all the high points--plenty of rooms and bathrooms, a nice dining space, great views, and a hot tub and company that goes unmatched."
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... few miles on the highway towards the parkway it became evident that the clouds were still on the mountains and the drive would be viewless. We changed plans and headed west on the highway 64 to wherever we made it. Our decision was vindicated as we went through fog so thick we could see only a few metres in front of us. As we left the mountains and looked back we could see the whole ridge line in cloud.
We made it to Covington for the night. Found ...
... Trail and in another half-mile or so, it crosses Cornelius Creek Trail. Shortly after the second intersection, the trail crosses the creek and there was a small scenic cascade over some rocks. This was not the waterfall, however; it was pretty much the top of Apple Orchard Falls, though we couldn’t see anything from here. We had to hike around and go down a number of wooden stairs ...
... trail. There was a section of the trail early on that ran through an area with decent visibility and we could actually see some changing leaves, but as we got higher, everything got more and more cloudy. At the summit, we could see almost nothing. I found a pretty red maple leaf that had fallen and got a picture of it on a rock - about the best fall foliage picture I could get up here. The trail continues on and ends at the ...
... this area. Their village enclosure would have been largely built and tended by the woman of the tribe, while the men went hunting. Interestingly, the tribes are lead by women and their sons left and married outside the tribe walking long distances to new tribal areas in search of a wife.
We walked to the end of the Cedar Creek trail to Lace falls. The Locust trees were starting to shed their leaves signalling the start of fall. Other attractions we viewed were ...