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... We arrived in Lexington at 11pm. We didn't hit much traffic but it was a pretty blah drive consisting mostly of Pennsylvania. The hotel is your pretty typical fare for a place that costs $60 a night and I'm convinced we'll both have some incurable disease contracted from the bedsheets by the time we leave. But who cares?! We're on a road trip!! We've eaten breakfast as of this writing and will be heading out soon for Suwanee GA. See you there!
... bed-and-breakfast. After getting settled into our room, we were getting ready to head out for dinner when we saw Steve and Loye checking in, along with their friends Luis, Mary, and Phil. We knew they were going to Snowshoe the same weekend as us, but we didn’t realize they’d be staying at the same hotel. After they got settled in, we all headed for dinner in Marlinton. After dinner, we socialized for a bit in the common area and then headed to ...
... water is warmer than other creeks. The path heading down to the base was quite steep and the snow-covered rocks made the going a little treacherous. But we made it safely down to the base and got some gorgeous pictures from here. As we started making our way back up, we saw some people at the overlook. By the time we made it back to the parking area, they were heading back to their car and commented that we were very brave to ...
... for Belfast Trail was full so we had to park a little further down the road and hike back to the trailhead. It was a little over a mile heading upstream along Belfast Creek to Devil’s Marbleyard. Although there was no snow on the ground when we started, there was quite a bit by the time we reached the boulder field. Fortunately, the exposed boulders ...
... br> monotony of the human landscape across most of the country. Attitudes of
residents may also not be very modern, but I didn’t get into the kinds of
conversations where that might become apparent to me.
What could be more West Virginia than staying at a little
old motel (The Black Bear Motel) and waking up to look out the back window to
see two hunters skinning deer beside their pickup trucks?
The Allegheny Highlands in West ...