Super 8 Motel Waynesboro
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Late start. We are still learning a routine. Foggy and cool but Tori still went for a swim. Breakfast became lunch and we made a quick trip to the store and for gas. We are going to chain restaurants but not the kind with drive-thrus. The day became progressively warmer, topping out at ...
... but is pushing through it :)........Digger also gave us food magic - dried green beans and dried turnips! Kids everywhere (not kidding, like 50 of them!) at the last shelter, so at 7:40 we decided to push on. Did the big climb in dark, I think it was almost 3 miles up....arrived at camp at 10, ate in the dark, and had a decent night of sleep. Sunday, June 01 2014 Easy 24 mile hike, great weather, lots of trail magic - and I met the lady who left sodas for us - ...
We done a day trip to the historic village of Harpers Ferry which borders 3 states. A great little place for lunch and packed with tourists.
The next day we took a quick ride up to West Virginia so I could tick another state off on my bike then we headed for Shenandoah National Park and Skyline Drive.
Had an amazing ride along the ridge of the mountains with stunning fall scenery. Even saw a couple of baby bears in a tree which caused the usual 'bear jam'. ...
... after the "n." I suspected it was named for Nathanael Greene (correct spelling of both names!), the Revolutionary War General who won the South for the Colonists.
The I was off driving again. I will do less of it in the next three days as Virginia is on the itinerary, and many Presidents were from Virginia. I headed toward Thomas Jefferson's home of Monticello in Charlottesville, VA.
I stopped for a bite to eat ...
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We pass by Mabry Mill at Milepost 170, where there's a gristmill, sawmill and blacksmith shop. And a restaurant, which probably would have been a better choice than the disappointing diner in Roanoke. Click here to see what we missed.
We ride through Rocky Knob Recreational Area, one of the first developed areas built along the Parkway. You may remember that last year, Ray and I stayed at the ...