Super 8 Christiansburg/Blacksburg Area
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... along the trail here. When we got to the split to go down to Cascades, we continued on the trail another half-mile to Upper Cascades. There’s a split in the trail and we went right to head to the Upper Cascades. This was my first time to the area when the waterfalls weren’t frozen, so it was interesting to see them in their normal state. Due to the rain over the past day, the Upper Cascades was flowing quite well. We climbed down the ...
... 1058) to Falls of Dismal. Although it’s nothing like the spectacular the Dismal Falls of North Carolina, Virginia’s Dismal Falls was very scenic. The water level was a little low, but the leaves were starting to change, making for a very pretty scene. There were also some cool rock formations along the creek near the falls. We climbed around on the rocks, getting pictures of the waterfall from ...
... and quit caffeine. It's not going too well. Other than the coffee ordeal, I got a job with my University teaching children's yoga!! I have so many emotions about it; nervous, excited, anxious, happy.. It's going to be quite the learning experience.
Since I'm off from school this semester, I've had too much free time. I practice yoga, and explore some of ...
We had a few difficulties on the way to Virginia that day... Heidi was having fairly severe chest pains so we pulled into the hospital on our way up and spent a couple of hours there until she was given the all clear. After that the trip flew by and we arrived at Smith Mt. Lake just after lunch on Friday. The place was amazing! A nice old house situated right on the lake ...
... excellent continental breakfast, I hiked a mile and a half over to the road to Troutville, VA, a small town that offers free camping in the town park and free showers and laundry at the fire station across the street. I set up my tent and seam sealed it, which involved basically painting a silicon solution over the seams to fully waterproof them. I had to take a zero because the solution needs about 24 hours to dry. I walked the couple of miles back to Daleville, on the street ...