Fairfield Inn & Suites Lewisburg
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... join the new state and which would remain in Virginia, which is why the map of West Virginia looks like one of those weird, gerrymandered legislative districts!
From here we meandered along the Highland Scenic Highway, a great place to watch the fall colors beginning to show.
Leaving the Days Inn in Luray was easy....Back to the remaining 80 miles of skyline drive. Linda's infection was not getting better and she was starting to look like death warmed up....but still wanted to continue on the scenic route -much to the horror of the kids who were tired of the car by now. Thankfully, the Chrysler Town & Country comes with a DVD player and two screens, ...
... the creek was situated within Cranberry Glades Botanical area in the Cranberry National Wilderness area. We drove along a small road that ran alongside the creek past hiking trails and various campsites.
The section of the Cranberry we were running is sometimes called the Middle Cranberry, it starts in the Cranberry Recreation area and continues downstream about 6 miles. George found a small picnic area spot for us to pull into. We ...
... climbing. But at the very bottom of the climb, I had a very calm thought, just one, just once: "I'm going to climb that mountain." Nothing more than that. And with that, I shifted into my smallest gear, found a comfortable rhythm and focused on my heart rate and cadence (not my speed). My own self-confidence in my ability to reach the top was probably not obvious to anyone else, and yet, my determination to climb the mountain was unequivocal.
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... at Diva Camp.
Pulled into Wilderness Adventures around 4pm. Saw Shauna! Met Kelly, saw Chad and Tom! Great to be re-united.
Got settled in, met Leslie and Janus who had arrived from Alaska. Dinner with the gang - great food...!
So excited to be here.