Holiday Lodge Hotel & Conference Center
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... one which was taken down when the gorge bridge was built. The road down is mainly one way and very winding. It is hard to imagine it being the main road 40 years ago. On Saturday the gorge bridge will be shut to vehicular traffic and open to pedestrians. They have Bridge Day the 3rd Saturday in October and thousands of people flock to the bridge to walk it (not permitted any other time). Others come to parachute or bungee off the bridge, rappel (Abseil) ...
... who had been a tank driver in Desert Storm. He and his son helped us look, but even with tank expertise, we couldn't find it. We figured let's go for a drink before the game. Tim "yelped" "bars in Bluefield," and Applebees is what came up. (You get that we are out in the boondocks.) Off we went to Applebees for a beer and a diet Pepsi, where we encountered another refugee from the baseball parking lot. Everyone had two hours to kill.
Eventually, the ...
... breakfast spot that was well known and highly recommended. The wait was just too long so we went back to the biscuit place. But before we left town, we visited a gear store because I learned my lesson on not having approach shoes...So I got some for the hike to the crag. When we got there we started down that very memorable approach to the crag that I spoke of in a previous entry. Through the rhododendron forest and down the ladder we went. We set up to lead a ...
This was the first time we had ever traveled through the mountains of West Virginia. Wow, we thought we had landed in another country. Miles and miles of undisturbed, forested mountains. Vista after vista from ...
... super strong boulderers. And there I was the noob flailing around on 9s and 10s...
It was a good learning experience though and it was super fun to watch Fox attempt one of the hardest routes I had ever seen. He's a beast.
Once we got back I could only hang around the fire for a bit because I had to Drive another 4.5 hours to work... 9 Hours drive for a less then 24 hour trip... yeah never again.