Joshua Wilton House Inn
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... is a mountain Catholic shrine and is one of the oldest American replica shrines of the Lourdes shrine in France. The gardens are absolutely beautiful including many small lakes, statues and places for worship. The private Mount St Mary's University and Seminary, which has about 2300 students, are also in the gardens. It was a beautiful and tranquil place to visit just off a busy freeway. So we continued north towards Gettysburg - more Civil War memorabilia to ...
... he came in hot and sweaty he declared that that grill was going in the trash and he was buying another one. It is a good grill but very difficult to put up and take down. I usually help and when he put it up this time he said he was the easiest it had every been. Taking it down was the hardest it had ever been though. Looks like a new grill is in our near future! I think I saw one at Camping World. :)
A night for reading and then early ...
... elsewhere. After a measly 2 and half hours on the road i told Les i needed to lay down so we ended the drive early and booked a room in Harrisonburg, Virgina (College Town, Party Time). Once we were checked into the hotel my brain tumor felt better so we walked across the road to see the Formula 1 film "Rush". Which I give a 8 out of 10.
Dinner was spent at the "Texas Roadhouse". Me and Les shared a 22oz Porterhouse steak which ...
... loosely, however Skyland Resort did a good job with a basic room and basic dining hall. But where they really succeeded was the view. Each room sat on top of a cliff with a balcony overlooking the west side of the park, a great backdrop for sunset.
We relaxed after dinner, enjoyed the sunset, and planned some hikes for tomorrow. We're going to try and get 1 - 2 hikes in, in the morning and then head off to D.C. ...
... We followed rivers and streams, saw bridges and waterfalls, passed coal processing facilities and lumber mills and all of it was amazing. The West Virginia license plate reads "Wild, Wonderful" and that's an understatement. This is definitely a place I will come back to. The communities I drove through were a mix, from prosperous to poor and everything in between.
One thing that struck me today was the sense that as you ...