Comfort Inn Waynesboro
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... checked in, ate and Tori swam for an hour. We are still fairly disorganized about packing and unpacking so I am beginning to feel more comfortable about being seen in public in my PJ's. Tori has no problem with it. We are supposed to be having a super moon but it looks fairly normal to ...
... good bye Smart Wool, hello DARN TOUGH socks! The reason for my switch is two-fold, DARN TOUGH sock have become a better product than Smart Wool - over the past few years, and when a fellow hiker had a defective issue with his DARN TOUGH sock....he simply took it to the nearest retailer, in the next town - they looked it over, determined it a defective issue, not a worn out issue - and handed him a new set. It is simple, a ...
We done a day trip to the historic village of Harpers Ferry which borders 3 states. A great little place for lunch and packed with tourists.
The next day we took a quick ride up to West Virginia so I could tick another state off on my bike then we headed for Shenandoah National Park and Skyline Drive.
Had an amazing ride along the ridge of the mountains with stunning fall scenery. Even saw a couple of baby bears in a tree which caused the usual 'bear jam'. ...
... You Go Girl :) ) At the Big Meadows visitor centre we stopped and got blackberry ice creams, as a recommendation by a man at the visitors centre in Front Royal. Delicious ;) Further along the drive we talked to two guy's who were on holiday riding their motorbikes, they were from over near Ohio .... long way to come but they had lots of company as there were many motorbikes on this scenic drive. Along the way we saw 4 squirrels, a beaver,and lots of little deer... Made my day ...
... difficulty finding jobs during the Great Depression. Over the program's life, some 2.5 million young men participated. Among the Civilian Conservation Corps’ most famous alumni: actors Raymond Burr, Robert Mitchum and Walter Matthau; test pilot Chuck Yeager; and baseball players Stan Musial and Red Schoendienst. One of the most spectacular and enduring legacies of the CCC’s efforts is the Blue Ridge Parkway.