Old Clark Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... going down the hill. It had been snowing pretty good all morning, but after lunch, the snow was getting harder. Additionally, it was very cold and extremely windy, especially at the top of the mountain. Coming up on the ski lifts, I thought we were going to be blown out a couple times. At one point, the wind was so strong that it literally blew me uphill! The strong winds blowing snow around made visibility very poor and the loud ...
In the morning, we had a quick breakfast and then started making our way to Snowshoe. We stopped at the Ski Barn to pick up our rental skis and then stopped by the Inn at the base of the mountain. It was too early to check in to our room, but we got our lift tickets here. We left our car in the parking lot and took the shuttle up to the Silver Creek area. Steve and the others were staying at a condo at Top of the World and we were going to try to meet them on ...
... waterfalls on the way up (of course!). Given the cold weather recently, there was good chance some might be frozen! In Virginia, we headed north on US-220 through Roanoke and Covington. About 9 miles north of Covington, we stopped at the pull-off on the side of the highway for Falling Spring Falls. This beautiful 80-foot waterfall is visible roadside so we first got some pictures from the overlook. The source of the water is ...
empty and wild by eastern standards and almost entirely devoid of industry, and
where there is a factory or a power plant it looks like a ancient relic worthy
of historical preservation. In some ways I feel much more removed from the
modern world here than in the mountain valleys in the West.
The Greenbrier Hotel in White Sulphur Springs is one of the
grandest resorts in America and particularly popular with the movers and
... few miles on the highway towards the parkway it became evident that the clouds were still on the mountains and the drive would be viewless. We changed plans and headed west on the highway 64 to wherever we made it. Our decision was vindicated as we went through fog so thick we could see only a few metres in front of us. As we left the mountains and looked back we could see the whole ridge line in cloud.
We made it to Covington for the night. Found ...