I went to a ranger-led walk in Big Meadows and heard (not learned) about various pants growing there that would have had to be pulled out before 1936, when the much bigger meadow was a pasture for cows. There were no deer in this NP in 1936 - they had to bring them in! The tour visited the remains of the Weakley family - Mrs. Weakley raised 11 of 12 children to adulthood and knew the value of lots of plants for medicine and even for keeping flies out of her house!
Later, I walked part of the Rose River Falls trail to see the falls. I turned my ankle, but not badly - didn't hurt until I inspected my foot because of a blister when I went to bed.
In the afternoon, I joined the ranger-led talk and tour of the Massanutten house. It was named that because it overlooks the mountain by that name - tells you a lot, eh? The house was built in 1911 for Addie and George Pollack. Addie was a proponent of women's rights and was the first female driver into Skyland. That was the name of the property and resort owned by George. (Notice, I get my idea to name things I have because lots of people do that!) He hosted lots of themed parties at his resort. He lobbied to become a concessionaire for the NP but he didn't get chosen because the park management was afraid of his style.
For late afternoon, I drove to the northern end of the park and back to campsite - just so I'd have that covered. I saw a magnificent sunset from a lookout - I got there just in time!