Guesthouse Lost River
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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What a lovely time we have had in our mountain cabin in the foothills of the Appalachians. We are in a secluded spot by the side of the Shenandoah River a short distance outside the town of Luray. It is hot and humid and all you can see from our balcony overlooking the river are wooded hills and all you can hear is the river and at night the cicadas. No ...
... actually a waterfall at the end. We'd pass people and they'd say, "You're almost there!" So we kept going and going and going. We did finally see the top of the waterfalls and it was really pretty! Then we saw a sign that let us know the bottom was 1000 ft further down. We walked down and it was such a beautiful waterfall. At the time, I was really glad we decided to walk down and see this amazing view! It was a little muddy and slippery, but well worth it.
Since it turned out to be a beautiful day and didn't rain as we heard it was going to do, Caitlyn did a Rope Adventure! We're so happy that she overcame a few fears and didn't give up on a few of the more difficult obstacles. She took her time and did it! It was really great to see her so high up in the air and having such a great time. She spent almost an hour up there!
... 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 ...
... post-Apocalyptic move "28 Days Later". Something just snapped inside me and I got in my car and starting driving with this amazing feeling that I could just wander on forever.
Now of course, I didn't. I reached the town of Woodstock and the pragmatic side of my brain kicked in, I wandered around a little, then drove back home and went back to work the next day. But that incident did awaken in me the realization that we ...