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... the trail, so we had to duck down or go around in many places. Despite the challenges in hiking this easy trail (that is handicapped-accessible for the first portion), it was a beautiful snowy scene. Soon we came out at the overlook for Upper Falls on Hills Creek. This 25-foot waterfall was completely frozen, but there was no good spot to view it from. We continued on the trail from here and began descending via steps and switchbacks. The steps were ...
... 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 ...
We left Harrisonburg and made our way through all the small towns in the valley. Avoiding highways has really given us the chance to see the land of all the states we cross. It takes us through the forests, along the train tracks and through all the small, old towns. Some of these towns look a little abandoned and others are adorable mini ecosystems of their own with thriving main streets and delicious local restaurants just asking us to go in and eat everything. It's been so much ...
... walk. The guide says he usually tells walkers lots of things as they walk across but it was too windy for us to hear so we just enjoyed the view. At times it was tricky to keep my balance and hold my arm still to take photos.
All too soon the walk was over (2 hours) and we were collected by the mini bus and taken back across the top of the bridge to our cars.
We than drove down the road to the old bridge which in fact is a new one to replace ...
... Then Thursday we'll come back and see what the Durbin RR has to offer.
for now, I've gotten onto FB and managed to tell several people that we have very little communication, so I'm feeling a little less cut off than I was an hour ago. As I write this, though, I remember that when my parents traveled after they retired, they had no internet and no cell phones. They went to the pay phone at the campground once a week and called home.