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5 Best Romantic Weekend Getaways in Virginia
Virginia is home to beautiful romantic inns where guests enjoy fabulous views and great service. Shenandoah Valley, just short drive from Washington, D.C. is one of the top Virginia destinations that features over 200 vineyards and wineries. Other popular VA weekend destinations include Williamsburg, Virginia Beach, Roanoke, Richmond, Alexandria, Charlottesville, Norfolk and others.
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Five Incredible Virginia Winery Experiences
With nearly 300 wineries all around the Commonwealth, there are so many amazing Virginia winery experiences. From kayaking to scenic drives to biking and more - we've picked out five of the best our state has to offer.
Mabry Mill Blue Ridge Parkway Floyd County,Virginia
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24091Mabry Mill (located in Floyd County on the Blue Ridge Parkway Milepost 176.2)
266 Mabry Mill Rd
Blue Ridge Parkway Mile Post 176.1
Meadows of Dan, VA 24120
Phone: (276) 952-2947
Mabry Mill was originally built by Edwin Boston Mabry (1867-1936). He began it in 1903 initially as a wheelwright and blacksmith shop, and eventually it became a saw mill and by then 1905 a gristmill. The gristmill was operated by Mr. Mabry until the 1930s.
Now, Mabry Mill is one of the most photographed places in the United States, not to mention one of the most popular attractions on the Blue Ridge Parkway. The mill is run by the National Park Service, and along the grounds are walking trails with live exhibits during the summer and fall months which reflect various aspects of the pioneer mountain lifestyle. Exhibitors dress in the attire of the times. Demonstrations on local crafts, music, dancing, shoe making, soap making, running a whiskey still will have the visitor feel like they have just stepped back into time.
At the historic, operational water-powered grist mill visitors can see a demonstration of the milling process and can even purchase ground grits, buckwheat flour and cornmeal to take home. Of course, the preferred method is to enjoy these local delicacies prepared by the experts at the Mabry Mill Restaurant.
However, as interesting as it is to see how this pioneer milling process worked, it is probably the serene beauty of the mill location that draws people to this stop. Each year several hundred thousand visitors come to photograph the beautifully restored mill which sits by a picturesque pond and is framed by mountain foliage. Resident ducks add their touch to the soothing scene. It is no wonder that Mabry Mill shows up in more tourist photo remembrances that any other parkway destination.
A trip to Mabry Mill offers many intriguing exhibits that are sure to entertain visitors of all ages. Before leaving, be sure to visit Mabry Mills gift store to find that treasured handmade mountain craft.
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Mabry Mill - Beautiful Spot on Blue Ridge Parkway in Virginia
Mabry Mill is one of my favorite stops on the Blue Ridge Parkway in Southern Virginia. It's an old gristmill and sawmill near an area called Meadows of Dan. There's the mill, lots of displays about Appalachian life, an old log home, and lots of friendly folks to explain what you are seeing. There's a nice restroom in the little restaurant / gift store. Get off the parkway at Meadows of Dan to visit some nice homespun stores, and Nancy's Candy Store is a real treat too. Really worth a visit.
Road Trip #360 - Virginia SR-8 - Blue Ridge Parkway to US Highway 58 (Woolwine Highway)
Road Trip #360 - Virginia State Route 8 - Blue Ridge Parkway to US Highway 58 (Woolwine Highway)
In July 2018, we took a trip along the Blue Ridge Parkway, and we'll eventually be publishing that video--as soon as we have the entire parkway from end to end...this will require one more trip to accomplish. At the end of day 1 of our trip, we decided to divert to Winston-Salem, NC for the night. This was a big mistake, as we didn't realize that it would be almost a 3 hour drive from the Parkway. During this trip, we drove Virginia State Route 8, which later becomes North Carolina State Route 8. This interesting little highway twists and turns through the mountains and has some steep grades, and some of the best scenery we saw on this trip. Here it is! The weather was nice throughout most of this video with a short rain shower near the middle. Note the vintage Motel right off the Parkway, and abandoned buildings after we pass through the town of Woolwine.
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Lower Falls on Staunton River in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia
Graves Mill area in Shenandoah National Park, Madison County, Virginia. This is another short hike in one of my favorite places to visit in Madison County, Virginia. I stop here almost every time I'm in the area. I start my hike at the Graves Mill access area of Shenandoah National Park, a small parking lot along the Rapidan River near Wolftown. The hike begins on the Graves Mill Trail, which runs parallel to the river. I continue this trail until it reaches the confluence of the Rapidan and the Staunton River, which despite the name is more like a creek than a river. It is a short hike upstream following the Staunton River to a nice cascading waterfall with a pool below the falls. As far as I know the falls themselves are not named. There are numerous cascades, waterfalls, and swimming holes all along this creek; however, today I did not have much time and I turned around after viewing the first waterfall. Thanks for watching!
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Knoxville 2004 3 of 19: Rural U.S. 63 South to between West Plains and Thayer
We start out just South of Rolla, MO heading South passing Edgar Springs, Licking, Houston, and Cabool where we meet U.S. 60 and on to Willow Springs where we loose 60 and head South ending the segment South of West Plains.
This series of videos chronicles my travels through the states of Missouri, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Illinois as filmed between April 7th & April 9th of 2004. The video is in real time as time lapse, while cool, is distracting and takes away from the real beauty of this wonderful country. Please be aware the original audio was stripped away (was various radio stations ) due to copyright concerns.
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Blue Ridge Parkway Attractions
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