Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park at Natural Bridge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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Long travel day today, got in at 3:45pm. Was actually on Blue Ridge Parkway for little bit, then it got REALLY interesting. LOVE this campsite. We are actually sitting outside voluntarily at 4pm and enjoying it. Still humid but wonderfully cooler. Fireflies! Babbling brook sounds soooo ...
This is it!! The last Day in East Beach for 3 weeks! I'm so excited to explore America and see what I've been missing. I'll blog along the way.
Our first stop was Virginia Military Institute, in Lexington Va, where my brother went ...
... that. In fact when he first turned off the lights several cell phones or cameras still showed some light however when they were turned off it really was dark, so dark that you could not see your hand in front of your face. We hiked back up to the top, a lot of steps and I was no longer cold when we got there.
We headed back to the campsite but made a couple of stops along the way. We had planned to wash clothes and the ...
... It's definitely not a little hamlet nor a village. It's just a town with little of interest.
The next stop was the General Store just down from Misty Mountain. Another disappointment. It's a yuppy store with a lot of wine, high priced relishes, cheeses, etc. Nothing of interest to us. We still haven't bought our Virginia souvenir. Wish we had gotten the bowl at Monticello!
-lavender needs well--drained soil
-thyme can be brewed as tea for headaches and menstrual cramps
-oregano is a mild antibiotic when brewed
-if you're looking for a good warm weather lettuce, try the variety called Bib
-mosquito problems can be thwarted by introducing frogs, toads, and bats to your yard; a pond can be home to amphibians, just drop some goldfish in as well for more mosquito coverage. and you can actually make simple bat houses to place throughout your property