Hampton Inn Martinsville
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We drove the 5 hours from Great Falls Va at Floyd VA for the wedding of two of our friends, d and Adam. It was a fairy tale day for the bride, complete with fairy's, trolls, knights, a horse drawn carriage, and a far flung guest list. We knew very few there, but it was a beautiful setting, so all was ...
... our hike and soon the trail leveled off as it approached the parkway. Once out of the woods, the trail runs through an open area running parallel to the parkway where cows were grazing. We continued up and over the bald and came to the Saddle Overlook, where we had views of the gorge below and Buffalo Mountain, a conspicuous hump-shaped mountain, in the opposite direction. From here, we went back into ...
... session that is broadcast to each classroom. Holly from our team and Tanner from the boys team appeared on it and we watched it in the gym. After it was over we left the school and drove to another town to do some shopping.
We stopped into this mall that was pretty sizable and started having a looking around. I found a Tucker Max book, who I had brought over here before. Very funny man, so I read the first chapter while having lunch. After lunch I decided to walk over ...
... a bottle of Rare Eagle bourbon based on the advice of guy at the ABC store so we cracked that. Hey that guy was pretty spot on. The real test was when I went back up to my room to have a night cap I cracked the Old Grand-Dad and it was a bit rough so the Eagle must be pretty good.
After a big day of travelling and great driving by Simon and John we hit the sack ready for a big day tomorrow.
Have fun because you know I will be.
... Knoll and heading back to the parkway. Just before crossing the parkway, we crossed through an open meadow with lots of daisies blooming and a view of the chateau/winery in the distance. Across the parkway, the trail starts heading down gradually through a meadow, where we saw a number of butterflies eating nectar from wildflowers. After a bit, the trail headed into a forested area, crossed a creek, ...