Twin Falls Lodge
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... record of birth. I say attempted, since there was no entry for his birth in their records. So now, we are back to square one. However, she was able to point me to a central entity in the state government that assists folks in locating personal records.
After leaving the Court House, we decided to take the less scenic route back to Beckley, but it proved to be more scenic than the drive over as we paralleled the New River, and the ...
... to just tour the museum and the buildings that had been relocated and restored to simulate buildings that were typical of WV coal mine towns. I will let the pictures tell the story. Their small museum and the restored buildings were very interesting and had a lot of neat and old things to look at. They did a very good job of capturing the period and the living conditions they ...
Bluestone National Scenic River
The rugged area of the Bluestone National Scenic River was designated as a part of the National Park system in 1988. The river is named after the blue limestone that lines its bed at the river’s origin in Virginia.
The park ...
... Sunday we drove into Beckley and visited the mine exhibition which was enjoyable and very informative. The tour was conducted by a retired miner who was able to give us his perspective on a coalminers life. We decided to drive the car and rv down the mountain separately this morning which was easier on both of us. We are heading home from here because John is having major problems with his knee. The mine tour yesterday included some walking and he was hurting when we got ...
I am traveling my first few miles for this blog tomorrow morning! I am privleged to see both my wonderful Aunt Peggy and cousin Robert! Peggy I am looking forward to experiencing Tamarack tomorrow. More shall be written after I have experienced it.
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