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... capitol buildings designed by architect Cass Gilbert. West Virginians are proud of the fact that the dome is 4 1/2 feet taller than the U.S. Capitol building in Washington, D.C. During our stay we enjoyed a private tour of both the Capitol building and the Governor's Mansion. Grace, our tour guide, welcomed us into the entrance hall of the mansion and proceeded to lead us through all the rooms on the main ...
... turtle.....but my phone has been dead for a while - so no photo of him. The climb up to the shelter was made easier by the lack of full sun. We ate dinner there, then kept on down the trail. At the water source, about 2 miles down hill, StarGazer realized she left her shirts at the shelter. Her leg is busted up, so I ran back up and retrieved it. Made for a long day.....was really glad to finally get back and hike to camp.....a few miles up from the ...
... Salem, then north into the Blue Ridge Mountains. I by-passed Mt. Airy -- think Andy Griffith and Mayberry. There were quite a few crosswinds so that slowed me down. Crossed the Virginia state line around 4:30 and found a campground outside of Wytheville by 5:30. Up here in the mountains my digital antenna doesn't pick up any TV stations or FM radio. Early to bed, I guess. Temperatures were in the mid-80s today here. Summer. Not sure what I am heading into as I drive ...
... noticed a drop of water that hit her nose just before we climbed out of our nest. Condensation. The entire inside of the cap/topper (cap for Mainers - topper for South Dakotans) was coated with moisture. We looked at the thermometer as we were making coffee and it read 30 degrees. Warmer weather and more ventilation will take care of the overnight condensation. I hope. Next stop somewhere in Tennessee.
On to Wytheville, Va. (Folks here say "withvil") the scene of Brenda's ancestral clan. On the way here we passed into and through sites of Rebel carnage and glory, Chancellorsville, Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania, and finally, the end of it, Appomattox. Pretty country all, bloodied by the 100,000 who fell here. B's ancestor, Nikolas Tarter, son of a German ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Arrived late,Manager made fresh pot of coffee. Clean,good bed,extra''s for US like refrigerator,good value for money
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