Hampton Inn & Suites Dobson
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... life in the past, then continued on our way. We followed the MST back to the intersection and turned right onto Bluff Mountain Trail (which is also the MST) and headed towards the campground. The Bluff Mountain Trail mostly parallels the Blue Ridge Parkway along its roughly 7.5-mile length. Along the way, we passed through some beautiful open meadows along the parkway with lots of wildflowers in bloom. There were ...
After almost a year of planning and preparation, we are on highway 77 - stuck in horrific traffic right now driving into West Virginia. Of course, we all have to use the bathroom and there is nothing around us for many miles. After the quick typical last minute packing of the Vilchis family and checking to ...
... interpretation at the top of the mountain and the trail head and I was surprised there was not at least a temporary sign up about the fire-since it was so noticeable and the perfect teachable moment about fires and fire policy as well as the ecology of fire.
Pilot Mountain was forest mapped by Thomas Jefferson's father. This was an interesting connection for us that linked us with Charlottesville. The Settlers of the area were the Moravians, and the Saura Indians..
... the day. Some dared to climb the rock wall and others went down the giant slide. In the park, many found shade to cool off.
And the apples. Oh, so many apples! The bearded man was selling bags of mountain apples for anyone to buy. Mouths watered for the apple jam, apple butter, candied apples, baked apple pies and apple cider.
Just a like an apple in a warm oven, the festival was baked to perfection!
... hills, a contrast to the previous section that was narrow, steep, and rocky. This stretch continued for about a mile and half until we came out on some bluffs overlooking Indian Creek. Thick foliage prevented good views, but we were a good distance above the creek below. Past here, the trail turned steep again and there were four more stream crossings before coming out at the trail’s northern terminus at the Dan ...