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What a lovely time we have had in our mountain cabin in the foothills of the Appalachians. We are in a secluded spot by the side of the Shenandoah River a short distance outside the town of Luray. It is hot and humid and all you can see from our balcony overlooking the river are wooded hills and all you can hear is the river and at night the cicadas. No ...
... walk to see the cemetery of unknown soldiers and see the canons on display at the site of the battle at Ball's Bluff. This battle was on 21 October 1861. We nearly walked on a turtle on the path, it was so well camouflaged. Continuing on towards Gettysburg we decided to stop at the National Shrine Grotto of our Lady of Lourdes. We haven't visited a church for a while and most tourists will know that churches and cemeteries seem to dominate on places to ...
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What actually happened
Woke up at 0330 to more rain and fog so made the decision to pack up ( soggy ) camp and began the process at 0620 leaving the camp site before 0800 . It took us 1 hour and 40 mins to leave mainly because pop up tents may be easy ...
... person, so you can imagine. Finally about half way through I told the waitress that I did not like it and could eat any more. She took it away and did not charge me. Felt bad, but it was the truth.
Hung out in my room for the evening after taking pictures of the sunset. It was so beautiful. The sky was just right there.
Went back to restaurant the next morning for breakfast and thank goodness the ...
... known as the gateway to Shenandoah NP. Luckily for us they were having a farmers market and craft fair, so we had a nice stroll around the historic downtown. Front Royal was also the home of Belle Boyd, a well-known Confederate spy. We left Front Royal on US 522, which parallels Skyline Drive to the east.
We drove through lots of pretty little towns on the way to Washington, VA where ...