Guesthouse Lost River
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... enjoyed the trails. The scenery of mountains is nice for us Florida folks. Also the cooler weather at night is welcomed.
Hopefully we will have the internet at our next stop and not have to go to the visitor center to get our fix.
Just a few more pictures and remember Life is Good!!
... out TV but being an internet junkie like I am is tough and our hotspot is Verizon which is non-existent. Oh well I will survive!!
The pictures that you will see first on the blog are from our last few days in Harrisburg, Pa. We attended an Indian Festival downtown which really wasn't much. But Hey!! it doesn't take much to entertain us:))
The next pictures are from Skyline Drive and of our campsite. We took a nice hike at Compton Gap which was about ...
... Shenandoah Park day. We drive out and it’s a nice day for a hike. The road winds around the national park and the views are of green green valleys with lots of luscious trees around. We miss our planned first trek – Little Stony Man as the sign was so small my go go gadget eyes just saw it as we drove past it. So we carried on to the next hike – Lewis Falls. We park the Altima and head out. I have my hoodie on initially as it is a little chilly in the ...
... we changed and walked down to the restaurant where they were having a special event for Father's Day; which we would barely make since it was almost 4:30. They were serving French crepes and their own wines. The area surrounding the winery was beautiful! There was a pond and an outdoor area where we ate and tried some of their wine. We had sausage and apple and Southwest chicken crepes, but the dessert ...
... I'm fascinated by the concept that each person should be free to try to find answers to the "big questions of life" on their own, rather than have someone tell them what the "answers" are. This freedom is sorely lacking in Western monotheistic faiths. Go to just about any church, mosque or synagogue and you are pretty much informed what you're supposed to believe and not believe.
In the Middle East I was very inspired with my encounter with the Baha'i ...