Lazy Fox Inn

133 Imboden Street, Damascus, Virginia, United States | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Damascus

Country road, take me home

A travel blog entry by wingedwords

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... I made time to spend a few days in western North Carolina exploring the mountains that I've talked about for so long but had never seen. And I spent one day driving the BRP between Boone and Asheville letting my mind drift with the fading lines and the resonant harmonies of the Milk Carton Kids. This is the same road (although ...

TrekPouch Review

A travel blog entry by road_tripper

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... when using the TrekPouch are the high quality stitching, the smooth working zippers, solid mounts to the poles, and thick/durable cloth used. So far there are no signs of any fatigue on this product. Being made in the USA, the price does reflect that. But, so does the quality of the TrekPouch. If you want a product that will last, it will cost a little more for this type of quality. The pay off is a ...

Virginia!

A travel blog entry by road_tripper

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... shelter on the way to Abingdon Gap Shelter. It smelled horrible, like mice **** and **** - no way would anyone (not even a hiker!) stay there! Then, as we made our way over a old dirt road...around 12:30am now....there was a vehicle parked with two people moving around the hood area. We walked up, the guy was messing with fan, getting the power to work for the fan. We talked for a bit, and then he asked us if we would like a ...

Day 5: Lexington, Virginia - Boone, North Carolina

A travel blog entry by andrewandtree

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4

... time on the road in daylight hours. We turned the alarm off at 7:30 this morning, kept sleeping, and didn't end up leaving til after 9. After hitting the road however, we were fortunate enough to be driving once again under blue skies. We headed straight back to the Blue Ridge Parkway and continued on our journey South. We took a stop in the morning at Otter Creek for a short stroll. Rocky Knob was our stop for lunch. We then crossed the border ...

RV - Natural Tunnel

A travel blog entry by jas20j

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Today we spent most of the day travelling south to Blountville, just over the border into Tennessee. The journey through the Appalachian Mountains was very picturesque and the landscape reminded us of travelling up the Pacific Highway towards Port Macquarie.The roads here are amazing with at least two lanes, if not three, each way even in country areas of the state.

We stopped at a rest area for ...

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