Red Roof Inn & Suites Wytheville
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We had been talking about this backpacking trip to Grayson Highlands for awhile and we finally did it for #1 Matt's Birthday! I Drove 4 hours from my site in Columbia, SC, Grace and the Matts (there are 2 Matts) drove 5 hours from Northern VA, followed by Lee and Adam 5 hours from Richmond. After hours of driving and getting lost, our lovely night began as we reached the parking lot of the trail head of the AT (Appalachian Trail) close to 11 pm. Once we were all geared up ...
... some Amish owned farms. There is a tiny General Store in Burkes Garden that is run by the Amish. We had a great sandwich with homemade sour dough bread. An excellent sandwich and to top it off a bowl of homemade peach ice cream. What a lunch!!
On Friday we took a short couple of mile hike around the lake in Hungry Mother State Park. It was a nice hike and we had a good time. Our campground, called Camp Burson really ...
... and help pay for their care they sell some of them at auction. So if you want one you had better hurry as the auction is at the end of the month. We were going to hike a little further into the park but the fog rolled in and you would have had a hard time seeing any scenery.
On the way over to park there were lots and lots of Christmas tree farms. It was neat seeing thousands of trees all in a row.
It was a ...
So we where on the road again. And and we went to Shenandoah national park and drove on the skyline road thing - a road on the mountains with views of the surrounding area (at least we think so because it was cloudy) it was strange because we where above the clouds so it was blue sky for us, but cloudy below. We then had lunch and walked in the clouds - it was like fog. We walked just 2 miles to a waterfall, took a few pictures and then walked back. The following day we set ...
... 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 ...