Natural Bridge/Lexington Koa
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... and northern Virginia, as we headed further south, it got lighter and lighter and soon was only visible high up on mountain peaks. Near Natural Bridge, we got off the highway and headed towards the James River Face Wilderness in Jefferson National Forest. We were planning a hike to Devil’s Marbleyard to break up the long drive. The small ...
... the other (which the Appalachian Trail follows) a distance to the west becoming the border between North Carolina and Tennessee and eventually the Smokies. Here the scenery widens out, no longer within national forests but bordered by private land, a pleasant landscape of small farm fields in the forest in a region settled in colonial times. This starts to feel like Hillbilly Country, although nowhere near as hardscrabble as the declining coal country ...
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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Sunday morning, we woke up early and started breaking camp. It had rained heavily overnight, but was dry when we woke up around 7. Unfortunately, it started raining again before we finished breaking camp and everything got thoroughly drenched. From camp, we headed north on the Blue Ridge Parkway a couple miles and stopped at the Flat Top Parking Area at the edge of Peaks of Otter Recreation Area, which ...
... 10am Eastern time.
Natural Bridge is a National Historic Landmark in the Blue Ridge Mountains near the Shenandoah River and Lace Falls. Deemed the "Bridge of God" by the Monacan Indians who discovered it. The arch is 65 metres high and is composed of solid ...