Natural Bridge/Lexington Koa

Address: 214 Kildeer Road, Natural Bridge, Virginia, 24578, United States | Campground
 
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    Safari in Virginia

    A travel blog entry by platipus on May 15, 2015

    11 photos

    Heute sagten wir dem tollen Campingplatz "Tschüss" und sind weiter südlich gefahren. Wir fuhren noch nicht auf dem Blue Ridge Parkway, sondern auf der parallel verlaufenden Interstate, um ein bisschen schneller zu unserem heutigen Seightseeing-Ort zu gelangen. Da der Parkway 750km lang ist, werden wir von ihm sicher noch genug zu sehen …

    You Can Always Go Home

    A travel blog entry by mary.lewis on Jun 02, 2015

    6 comments, 4 photos

    ... Everything looked the same as it did in 2009 to 2013. It is a beautiful campus. I had never really explored VMI before. I took the time while my parents were in the gift shop to take some photos of memorials and statues.


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    Picking Up The Pieces

    A travel blog entry by jwatson on May 23, 2015

    12 photos

    ... less and will probably take less time to set up once I'm completely used to it. With my new suspension, my hammock itself is probably even faster, but I also have to put up the tarp with that, which adds time. There are pros and cons to both the tent and the hammock - I like having my own little space in my tent, which I didn't get in the hammock, but it's annoying having to basically crawl on the ground to get in and out of it, instead of just sitting in my hammock, etc. - but I ...

    Off We Go

    A travel blog entry by rdot01 on May 21, 2015

    6 photos

    ... production line. In the automated production, a "billet" or rough piece of timber is placed into a feeder. there are metal molds that shape, and trim the billet into a bat for a particular model. The final process is the painting. There are various paint schemes that the individual ball players may use. Each bat is hand dipped to achieve the desired paint scheme.

    We toured the museum and had our pictures taken with Derek ...

    Getting ready to go

    A travel blog entry by glen-maryellen on May 17, 2015

    We have a long list of things to do before our big trek this summer. Motorhome has had all its service work done. Need to install a few things for the Alaska trip like a CB radio. Not much cell phone reception along the AlCan highway. Almost 3,000 miles to get to the launch point of Anacortes, WA. ...