Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park at Natural Bridge
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- Swimming pool
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- 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 ...
... he was getting out of there. We finally saw civilization again and quickly got to the museum. Then we sat in the car and ate the sandwiches we had prepared earlier. We decided before our trip began that we wouldn't eat out very much and so far we have stuck to it. We've fixed a picnic lunch every day and had good dinners in the evening. I'm sure we'll be eating out next week at the horse show.
We wandered through a large gift shop ...
... was the Stonewall Jackson House. We got there a few minutes late for the 1:00 tour so had to wait until the 1:30 tour. We wandered around the town for a few minutes and then headed on back. At exactly 1:30 we started the tour which began with a video. After the video had been going for just a couple of minutes Gary called with information about the river house so we kind lost the gist of the video. ...
... and therefore avoid contamination and instigate greater productivity through fresh air, space, and sunlight. David had several fence panels lying around for such a need. On top of a rye cover crop we just mowed down, we lined the panels up and drove fence posts into the dirt. Easier said then done, but said, we used the first line of metal posts to detain one side of the panel, fold it inwards to create a trellis-shaped tunnel, and then stuck another post in on the right side. We ...