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Our trip has been months in the making but it was really just today that Jen and I started freaking out about how much left we had to do before leaving home. Here was our checklist prior to departure:
1) pet cats - check!
2) cuddle with cats - affirm!
3) snuggle with cats - double check!
DONE. Hopefully we don't forget anything and our animals don't miss us too much! This will be our first road trip in a while so ...
... We finished up the trail at very top of the waterfall. We couldn’t see the waterfall itself from here, but the views of the surrounding mountains were beautiful. Highway VA-56 was visible in the distance far below. We sat here for a few minutes enjoying the view and then started making our way back down. The icy spots were a little tricky, but other than that, it was an easy hike downhill. Back at the car, we started making our way home after a great winter ...
... on a Saturday night and it looks like little new has been built for a long time. It's probably worth a walk around in daylight for the old architecture and monuments, but it’s definitely not a happening place in the evening.
Lynchburg gained fame over the last several decades as the place where Moral Majority founder Jerry Falwell had his mega church and started a college which has become the very large Liberty University. I ended up ...
My first stop on my way southwestward from Charlottesville is
Appomattox Court House National Historic Site, the spot in rural central Virginia
where Ulysses Grant and his Union troops caught up with Lee and his fleeing Confederates
after battles around Richmond and Petersburg. The spot where Lee surrendered to
Grant is a large house, the McLean Home, across from the courthouse in
Appomattox, officially ending the Civil ...
... to 151 to hit up some breweries and wineries. We had planned to go apple and pumpkin picking, but decided to nix it due to the slightly rainy and cold weather. As soon as I was in the car and we were driving, I was awed once again by the scenery passing by in front of me. The blue ridge mountains as the backdrop to forested landscape is beautiful. Why don't I live somewhere like this?...I wish that Skyway drive had not ...