Extended Stay America - Lynchburg - University Blvd.
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Our trip has been months in the making but it was really just today that Jen and I started freaking out about how much left we had to do before leaving home. Here was our checklist prior to departure:
1) pet cats - check!
2) cuddle with cats - affirm!
3) snuggle with cats - double check!
DONE. Hopefully we don't forget anything and our animals don't miss us too much! This will be our first road trip in a while so ...
... ignored the sequence I wanted the pictures to follow.
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This will be my last entry for the wonderful experience I had.
... lowest section of the waterfall. Although there was no snow on the ground, the temperature was cold enough that much of the waterfall was frozen, though some liquid water was still flowing. We got some pictures from here and then began heading up through a long series of switchbacks and stairs along the waterfall. The trail never got far from the waterfall, heading away for a short distance then cutting straight back. Overall, the waterfall has at least five ...
... enough sunlight that there was no snow here. We got off the trail and scrambled around on the rocks for a few minutes before making our way back. Along the hike up, the elevation gain had kept us warm. But once out on the exposed rocks, it was quite chilly with the wind blowing. Once we got too cold, we started making our way back and finished up the drive ...
... busy life at his primary residence. He also resembled a modern-day American in that he owned a vacation home. The reason I never heard of it when I lived in the East is that it had been sold off, destroyed by fire, and fallen into dereliction, only to get into the hands of a foundation to preserve it in 1980. Thirty-Four years later restoration continues and house is an archaeological reconstruction site, each room at different stages. I arrived early and ...