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... ignored the sequence I wanted the pictures to follow.
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This will be my last entry for the wonderful experience I had.
Tuesday morning, we woke up to very cold temperatures, but at least the snow had stopped. We checked out of the hotel and returned our ski gear to Ski Barn and then started making our way home. But we didn’t head straight home; with all the recent snow, we were going to see some more frozen waterfalls! Once in Virginia, we continued heading east, eventually getting on I-81 and taking VA-56 east into George Washington National Forest to Crabtree Falls Day Use ...
... 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 ...
Stayed in a 6 bedroom "cabin" in Blue Ridge Mountains close to Bedford, VA and Peaks of Otter.
As Jeanne said "The good times just keep getting better. And, Karen, thanks for coordinating everything with the house. As much as we *****ed about it, it really hit all the high points--plenty of rooms and bathrooms, a nice dining space, great views, and a hot tub and company that goes unmatched."
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... or go out of their way for you, even more so than Americans naturally are.
So, 409 miles South of New York, I'm staying the night in Lynchburg, Virginia. It has a nice, historic feel to it and a river for Oscar to have his morning swim in. I happily take up the offer from the reception staff of the hotel to babysit Oscar while I tuck into crab cakes and sirloin. Win win.