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We drove to the Ridgeline Drive today but we were fogged out. Boo!
We decided to try again tomorrow.
We headed back to camp and did a few more floats down the river (some phone photos were put on FB already). I love doing that!
Then, very suddenly, the skies just opened up and within less than two minutes the berm behind us was washing through our campsite. All of the camp sights were under water in no time!
I have never seen rain this hard this ...
I drove into Charlottesville today to pick up some things and let me tell you...the view along Skyline Drive was A-MAZ-ING!!! I really wish Mike was with me to see this!
When I got back we decided to do a float down the river behind our camp sight. So much fun!!
... along the side of the road! It was on it's own (we didn't see a mother bear), and looked a bit scrawny. We stopped alongside it for a quick photo before then leaving the bear to continue on it's way. We continued our drive back down to the beautiful town of Charlottesville. We were both tired so we grabbed a pizza and then went back to the room for an early night. That's all from us! Over and ...
... I took lots of pics but TravelPod Mobile version is getting worse and worse and I couldn't even upload the pics so I'll try something different. I have them on Picasa, try this link and hopefully it'll work. Enjoy!
https://picasaweb.google.com/1064799899 09924526712/SkylineDriveVirginiaUSA?aut hkey=Gv1sRgCMHuxNuF1e-bHw
And a nice little version of Shenandoah with interesting pics: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=etC59HV D-tg&feature=youtube_gdata_player ...
... it, on our way home to Tennessee, from north to south. It seems like a different road, and is only vaguely familiar from a year ago. Everything that was on the left is now on the right. There's probably a political metaphor somewhere in that.
The Blue Ridge Parkway runs mostly along the Blue Ridge Mountains, a major mountain chain that's part of the Appalachian Mountains. The Parkway includes the Great Smoky Mountains, the Balsams, ...