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... heated spring, so this waterfall was not frozen. However, there were some nice icicles hanging from the cliff face and some snow and ice around the rocks at the base. We then headed down to the base following a faint path from the picnic area. Near the top of the waterfall, there was a rope swing - I guess people swim in the pool near the top when the weather is warmer. It was way too cold today to even think about swimming, ...
West Virginia sometimes feels like a place left back in time.
It’s probably the only state that has fewer people than a century ago, an
outmigration have has led to a situation where very little new has been built
for decades. The houses all seem at least a half century old, and towns have
few modern buildings except for the service stations, chain restaurants, and
motels near highway interchanges. It’s actually quite nice compared ...
... around. Another quick shower and back on the road we went. Since daylights savings time happened it’s been annoying driving as it gets dark so quickly. Driving on small roads is a lot less fun in the dark, especially through the forest, so by 5pm we pretty much have to get to where we want to be. We found a Wal-Mart in Lewisburg West Virginia and settled down there for the night. Before we would only get to where we wanted to stop at around 7pm so we had time to make supper ...
... is owned by a trust having been sold by the family many years ago and was owned by the Levy family who admired Jefferson for his attitude regarding religious freedom - religion being separate from the state.
Jefferson inherited the land for Monticello from his father who died when he was 14 years old. He also inherited slaves from both his father and father-in-law. I find it a bit interesting that a man who wrote that all men are created ...
... seeing the historic buildings and arty little shops downtown, we drove out to the Confederate cemetery. The cemetery itself is on a hill and surrounded by an iron fence, so it's hard to get a good photo of the way the bodies were buried in the shape of a cross. I included the bronze marker instead.
Lewisburg also had a great visitor center. The young woman there, ...