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... through the clouds and surprised us all. We could see for miles, the hills and valleys, and the assortment of fall colors... We were so grateful we stayed for one last day hike and our urge to punch #2 Matt faded. Those views were definitely in my top best views, and I couldn't imagine sharing them with a better group of people.
A couple of "firsts" happened on this trip. I made Grace so proud by pooping in the woods for the first time ever. She told me ...
... fill up today. Where there was 10 of us for 3 days now we have over 40 campers enjoying the very nice campground. We have found Virginia State Parks and campgrounds to be very nice. Probably the nicest we have seen.
Well Saturday takes over to Asheville for 6 nights. I plan on playing some pickleball Monday, can't wait. We are making our way home but enjoying the last month of seeing the country.
Remember, Life is Good!!
... and tomorrow we are heading North oh Hwy 16 to see an area called Burkes Garden which is in a valley. People say it is a nice place to visit and have lunch made by the Amish. I will let you know if I make a score on homemade goodies!!
We are getting closer to getting home. Moving on the Asheville on Saturday and I have already got a place to play pickleball. So that makes me happy:))
As always, LIFE is GOOD!!
... west viginia through picturesque farmland and we stopped off at a surprise - a local had made an exact replica of Stonehenge made out of polystyrene foam - foamhenge. One of the perks of doing a trek is the little locally known things that I wouldn't have known about if I was treking alone :) We then arrived at our next campsite - adventures at the gorge. Here we went whitewater rafting! 2 hours of watery fun! One point our instructor told us we could jump out and swim ...
... ramble in the countryside followed by a HUGE climb up a mountainside. We all made it and had a nice second breakfast stop in Meadowview. Ahhh... What a pleasant repast that was. The remainder of the day's 50 + miles were less exciting but nice...being able to view the historical markers that related the local history of the American ...