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Apr 20, 2018 - AT Hike Days 59 - 65. Pearisburg to Daleville 95.1 miles

4/14. Pearisburg to stealth 649.6. 15.3 miles 4/15. Stealth to War Spur Shelter 668.5. 18.9 miles 4/16. War Spur to stealth 680.0. 12.5 miles 4/17. Stealth to Pickle Branch 696.8 16.8 miles 4/18. Pickle Branch to Catawba Mtn 711.5 14.7 miles 4/19. Catawba to Daleville. 729.4. 17.9 miles 4/20. Daleville zero We left Pearisburg in pleasant weather, crossing Wolf Creek by highway bridge. We stealth camped the first night out and the next day was cloudy with storms expected by midday. At 2 pm we took a break with section-hikers Moss and Neb at...

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LUCKY 58

Feb 19, 2013 - Made it home

We left Salome Arizona on February 5th,drove a little over 500 miles, spent the night in a Rest Area in western NM, decided to take I-20 and I-40 home, next stop was Pecos,Texas, small campground with really nice people. Oil wells were all around the area, toured the Museum of Pecos, very interesting, stayed two nights. Spent another night in a Rest Area in Arkansas. Next stop was Robinsonville, Ms, stayed in a Casino campground, very nice and good rates, ended up staying two nights because of rain. February 10 spent one night in...

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Nov 2, 2006 - Natural Bridge, VA

We heard from a fellow RVer that a stop at the Natural Bridge was well worth our time. It was good break point between campgrounds, so we stopped to check it out. It was a bit of tourist trap from the parking lot and the price was a little high, but the walk was beautiful. It sure beats walking on a treadmill in a gym.

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Oct 20, 2006 - Leaving Skyline Drive and entering Blue Ridge Parkway

Once I got to the top of the mountains, the drive wasn't so bad. Skyline Drive (SD) has a speed limit of 35 mph Blue Ridge Parkway (BRP) has a speed limit of 45 mph SD has while lines along edge of road on either side BRP has only center lines on purpose to have road blend into nature SD has the Shenandoah NP on either side of the road BRP has wilderness with houses and farms inbetween SD has limited access so NPS can collect fees BRP is free to drive, so there are a lot more roads cutting across the mountains

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Sep 11, 2006 - Virginia

After a really wonderful, relaxing weekend, we said goodbye to Stuart, Laura, Ruth and dogs and cats and headed to Williamsburg. The weekend was really great and the Rawlings' are tremendous "campground hosts." On Saturday while Laura and I drove into Roanoke to attend the Farmers Market, Stuart and David toured the countryside. We discovered the people in this part of Virginia are very friendly and move at their own pace...probably most don't own a watch. Anyway, they are all down-to-earth country folks and are always willing to stop and...

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