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... the corner from Virginia Military Institute, founded in the mid 1800's here in Lexington, VA. Just across the street is Washington and Lee University (as in George and Robert E.). Not far away is James Madison U. There's just a little history in this area!
We also got into Roanoke (another brew pub search) and got to see Circle in the Square, a historic marketplace from the ...
... Another thing Trail Days did was mix up the hikers. The people who chose not to go had three or four extra days of hiking, so those you were near before were way ahead afterward, and those behind caught up. On my way out of Pearisburg (alone, at the time, because the others I was hiking with had gotten later rides out of Damascus), I ran into Tumbles and Scout, a young brother-sister pair (Tumbles is only 16) who I hadn't seen since the Smokies. We hiked together for a while and ...
We have a long list of things to do before our big trek this summer. Motorhome has had all its service work done. Need to install a few things for the Alaska trip like a CB radio. Not much cell phone reception along the AlCan highway. Almost 3,000 miles to get to the launch point of Anacortes, WA. ...
... in places without trees for hammocking like inside the Grand Canyon, even if I choose to stick with the hammock for the AT I won't regret the purchase.
Before we get back on the trail, there's some fun to be had: Trail Days is this weekend. I mentioned it on this blog before, but Trail Days is the largest Appalachian Trail festival and is held in Damascus, VA, every year. There are a ton of gear vendors and reps there, raffles and giveaways, free meals, a ...
... A big highlight of the hike so far has been the wild ponies in the Grayson Highlands. I had just come off of Mt. Rogers (the highest point in Virginia) and was exhausted from the climb. I go to sit down in the shelter for lunch, and a wild pony just walks straight up to me and starts licking the salt off my arm! As I continued to hike through the Grayson Highlands they ...