Mineral Springs Motel
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... the trail, so we had to duck down or go around in many places. Despite the challenges in hiking this easy trail (that is handicapped-accessible for the first portion), it was a beautiful snowy scene. Soon we came out at the overlook for Upper Falls on Hills Creek. This 25-foot waterfall was completely frozen, but there was no good spot to view it from. We continued on the trail from here and began descending via steps and switchbacks. The steps were ...
... The clouds were moving quickly across the sky. We arrived at the New River Gorge Bridge around 11.30 and were lucky enough to be able to get a place on the 1 pm bridge walk. This was one of my "really want to do" items. It was a walk across the bridge on a gantry 60 cm wide underneath the roadway. We wore harnesses such as are used for abseiling and we were attached to a steel cable above our heads with running clasps just like they use for the Story ...
... is only sort of marginally cold enough, and I think tomorrow it will be time for a meal in a restaurant.
so much for my complaints. Today we drove from Chambersburg, PA, to Durbin, West Virginia. The last 50 or 60 miles were beautiful, and would have been even nicer if it hadn't been too cloudy to see what must have been spectacular views from 3700 fee high. The campground we're in Is adjacent to the tracks and station of ...
... and Tony traveled up to Cass as well to ride the trains. Sheryl and I were planning to stay over in Cass and head west from there, so J, K and T took their own vehicle.
We met up at the railroad station about 1 and 1/2 hours before departure so had time to look around at things before we boarded the train.
Cass is an old company town for a coal and log ...
... Virginia map; however, it turned out to be located in Western Virginia, not West Virginia. Wandering around on the curved, hilly roads of W.V., we turned to the US Post Office for help in locating the town of Roanoke. Betty, the lady behind the counter, explained that the Roanoke we were looking for was now underneath Stonewall Jackson Lake which had recently been created by damming a river, ...