Peaks of Otter Lodge

85554 Blue Ridge Parkway , Bedford, Virginia, 24523, United States | Lodge
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Location

This lodge, located on 85554 Blue Ridge Parkway , Bedford, is near Peaks of Otter, Johnson's Orchards, and Reba Farm Inn.
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Travel Blogs from Bedford

Charlottesville VA

A travel blog entry by lindemand on Jul 26, 2014

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We had an 85 mile ride today up Vesuvius, 3 miles of 8 to 17 % grade climbing. 7 of us did it and will sleep well tonight! I sagged in to the 30 mile mark and continued on the beautiful Blue Ridge Parkway for 20 miles...glorious and wonderful...beautiful weather and our alter group of 10 did 50 miles of cycling today and feel great. Kudos to the rabbits that ride it ...

Nataural Bridge Virginia

A travel blog entry by lindemand on Jul 25, 2014

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We had a nice cruise into the Shenandoah Valley to Natural Bridge today. The Adventure cycling route follows less traveled rural roads so we see small, well-kept farms and the light traffic allows us to enjoy the bird songs with the scenery. ...

Day 22 - Virginia bound

A travel blog entry by bundy2slo on Jul 11, 2014

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Left Nashville and had a pretty bad breakfast experience at Waffle House. After eddies meltdown, we regrouped and made some headway thru most of Virginia. Against eddies will, we stopped at a TA rest stop and had a late dinner before turning in for the night. Tomorrow we should make it home if we can survive Eddie :)) Cherri is still pretty much confined to the ...

Southern hospitality

A travel blog entry by patricia1957 on Jul 03, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... them behind the next day. Our drive back to Atlanta was relatively good and as it was the Fourth of July holiday the roads seemed to be pretty quiet. Probably as quiet as it ever gets in a country of around 300 million people. We were entertained once again listening to country music radio with lyrics like "I'm getting drunk on a plane", "I've got a car", "When you see a deer you see Bambi, I ...

The first roadtrip!

A travel blog entry by thesairs on May 19, 2012

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... tobacco and other crops as well as raising lifestock. Most of the work was shared between the farmer, his family and the slaves. In fact, the majority of slave owners worked these small farms rather than the grand plantations. With freedom given to all slaves at the end of the Civil War Booker and his family moved to West Virigina to live with his step-father.

In his memoirs Booker tells of having to carry his 'mistresses' school books for ...