Rodeway Inn Christiansburg
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- Continental Breakfast
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... 8211; one of the best in Virginia, in my opinion. And this was my first time seeing it when it was not frozen. It started to rain while we were here, but Sandy had an umbrella so I could get a couple pictures of the waterfall without getting the camera wet. Then we started hiking back along the lower trail, following Little Stony Creek downstream back to the parking area. The creek is rocky and has many small cascades and drops downstream ...
... we could squeeze in for a picture. One was particularly interesting – it really resembled a face with two small caves high up as the eyes, a protrusion that looked like a nose, and a wide cave at the bottom that resembled a mouth. As we hiked back through the open area, we saw a little red eft, the terrestrial juvenile stage of the eastern newt. We finished up our hike and then headed back towards Christiansburg. ...
I'm back at school again. Mom drove down which was nice since I haven't been passenger on the 7 hour trip down in years. I'm loving the freedom I have again. Don't get me wrong, living at home has its perks, but it also has its disadvantages. Going from totally free and independent to rules set by your parents wasn't a smooth a transition as I ...
... ski and wakeboard, Colleen got up on slalom again and learnt to 360 on the knee board, I just practiced a bit and got a lot more comfy on the wakeboard and kneeboard. All in all, I left the lake with a happy heart and a refreshed body. Ready for the next couple weeks ahead. It was rather sad getting into the car for the last time as a family, but it had been an incredible ...
... amazement and gasps of pure astonishment as you take this claim in!!! Anyway, we set off on our journey onwards and upwards. The suburban roads gave way to a track which climbed at a surprisingly gentle incline through the deciduous woodlands and up to the peak. There, we were greeted by the more less ambitious tourists and locals who had driven their cars up in the normal way. There sure enough was the star, looking even more tacky from ...