Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park at Natural Bridge
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Travel Blogs from Natural Bridge Station
... back to childhood and makes a new friend of Otis (or was it Oscar?) and reveals to all that she wants to be reincarnated as an otter;
2) Jeanne looks and feels great;
3) Being silly, Jane falls down in kitchen and hurts bum (good thing that was all!),
4) Sue, Karen and Jane make it to the top of Peaks of Otter;
5) "Aflac" entertains everyone along with drying chicken feet;
6) and dead animals on the walls.
... then headed for the Humpback covered bridge a few miles out of town. It is an arched bridge and is the oldest surviving bridge of its kind in the USA. It is no longer open to vehicular traffic. It is in a pretty setting with trees and their autumn leaves. The clouds were less so we were treated to some sunshine.
Back to the hotel for some housekeeping duties - trousers were a bit muddy from today. Walked across the breeze way for dinner, no ...
... to a nice viewing deck build by the Forest Service. The waterfall is quite big, but not terribly impressive as the water flow was low, even with all the rain this weekend. We were kind of surprised given all that rain. Down here, however, the foliage was beautiful - the best we had seen all weekend. Many of the trees had changed and despite the dreary weather, the trees were bursting with ...
... we just hiked to the summit and turned back. We made our way back down the mountain and returned to camp. For dinner, we headed over to the Peaks of Otter Lodge and ate at the restaurant. By the time we returned, a couple folks who had eaten at camp had built a nice roaring campfire. The sun had set by now and it was quite chilly, so the fire’s warmth felt good. After socializing for a while around the campfire, we headed to bed ...
A tumultuous turn of events:
Upon reaching my long-awaited destination, Claymont Society in lovely Charles Town, WV, gut-intuition and energy radar told me not to stay. Nothing horrible occurred to sway my opinion of the place. Perhaps it didn't concentrate on farming and gardening quite as much. Perhaps there seemed to be a misdirected focus on housekeeping chores and cooking for retreat groups that dissuaded. The empty feel of the Great ...