SpringHill Suites Lynchburg
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Long travel day today, got in at 3:45pm. Was actually on Blue Ridge Parkway for little bit, then it got REALLY interesting. LOVE this campsite. We are actually sitting outside voluntarily at 4pm and enjoying it. Still humid but wonderfully cooler. Fireflies! Babbling brook sounds soooo ...
... production line. In the automated production, a "billet" or rough piece of timber is placed into a feeder. there are metal molds that shape, and trim the billet into a bat for a particular model. The final process is the painting. There are various paint schemes that the individual ball players may use. Each bat is hand dipped to achieve the desired paint scheme.
We toured the museum and had our pictures taken with Derek ...
... trail and followed it back up to Gunter Ridge Trail. The trail sign at the campsite was a bit misleading and we initially got on a path through the campsite that went nowhere. Then we figured out that the Gunter Ridge Trail goes a different direction (it’s not blazed) and followed along its namesake ridge. There were some great wildflowers blooming along the ridgeline and we stopped a few times to see the irises, geraniums, and even a pink lady’s slipper. ...
... knowing that it would be on our list for a return visit.
We drove out of Charleston and made a stop at an Applebee’s for lunch. Nothing exciting there, but we are finding slower service at our neighborhood grill.
The rest of the day was spent driving north through South Carolina, into North Carolina and finally into Lynchburg, Virginia around 8:40, checking into the Hampton Inn once again. Home sweet home away from ...
... online or purchase in stores. Morrisette has grown to become one of Virginia’s largest wineries by production at an expected 90,000 cases this year even though they grow few of their grapes themselves. The place was absolutely mobbed on sunny last Sunday in October at peak foliage season, but I had to have a tasting anyway. Fit was a very varied flight of 10 wines, several of which were very good. Two in the flight were made using native ...