Top 10 reasons NOT to move to West Virginia. The Mountain State
Top 10 reasons NOT to move to West Virginia. The Mountain State
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The 10 BEST CITIES to Live in West Virginia
These Are The Best Places to live in West Virginia based on crime, education, jobs, housing and things to do.
Top 10 Best Places To Visit In West Virginia
Top 10 Best Places To Visit In West Virginia - If you’re looking to beat the crowds and experience a uniquely American destination, make sure to add these great places to visit in West Virginia to your bucket list!
West Virginia’s motto is “wild and wonderful,” and that really does describe a visit to this east coast state. It might not be the most popular tourist destination in America, but it’s an ideal place to check out if you like off-the-beaten path destinations with a distinct culture and a unique vibe.
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Whether you’re a history buff and/or enjoy a nice physical challenge, West Virginia’s Harpers Ferry may be the perfect place for a quick getaway. Watch as I explore this historic town and enjoy the beauty that West Virginia has to offer.
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LEWISBURG, WEST VIRGINIA | City Overview
Despite its diminutive size, Lewisburg has an energy and feeling that sets it apart from many places. The artistic community draws entertainers, actors, musicians and artists from across the globe to perform at the city's venues.
Lewisburg is a charming town filled with cool shops, farm-to-table restaurants, civil war sites, covered bridges, exhilarating and relaxing ways to enjoy the outdoors. We’re excited you’re visiting this amazing city. If you're planning a vacation to Lewisburg, please visit our itinerary store for our favorite culturally significant activities, restaurants with food recommendations, and must-see historically rich places to visit during your trip to Lewisburg.
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Interesting Places in West Virginia (1989)
Another classic day odyssey (sort of) from yer' favorite (I hope) bullfrog! The Cass Scenic RR Fall Photo Special would run the next day.
We first head for Spruce Knob Lake (great for boating and camping) before searching for a cave known as the Sinks of Gandy; so named because Gandy Creek flows through it. It passes beneath Yocum Knob then emerges on the knob's opposite side. We couldn't locate the entrance-but we were unknowingly directly over the cave itself!
If anyone knows how to reach the Sinks from there, please comment. I believe we walk down that dirt driveway I show but I'm not sure.
Then on to West Virginia's highest point-Spruce Knob itself. We'll walk the Whispering Spruce Trail-and see an interesting phenomenon along the way. A GREAT place for a day trip! Just beware of those dusty roads!!
After that-you'll see our drive to good 'ol Seneca Rocks. Another phenomenon-I hardly narrate!! Forgive my lack of narration! HEY-wait a doggone minute! Other YouTubers don't narrate either! And I'm asking to be forgiven?? What the...
After dusting off our car at the rocks-we then grab a Coke at the vending machine.
Then-just as in our October 2013 day odyssey-we head west on US 33 to Bowden Cave, though I didn't know at the time that was it. We'll also see a cool view of Kelly Mountain.
Last-but not least-a look at CSX's last days at Elkins. That portion was actually uploaded by me a few years back-but here it is again 'case you ain't seen it. I dig those pre-GEVO days-don't you? This could very well have been the LAST day of CSX in Elkins!!
From a VHS tape (again). All this happened on October 15 1989.
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A Brit's Visit to West Virginia | Finding America
In his quest to visit all fifty U.S. states, your favourite British host, Laurence Brown, heads off into the mountains of West Virginia.
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West Virginia's Top-Rated Tourist Attractions
Here are the Top 5 tourist attractions to see when visiting West Virginia.
Tourist Trains of Wild & Wonderful West Virginia
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The Potomac Eagle RR
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The annual New River Excursion
Tour of McDowell County, West Virginia
Traveling along Route 52 then Route 80 South from Panther to Iaeger (pronounced Yeager) and then on to the town of Bradshaw. At Bradshaw I turn right on to Route 83 West and head toward the Virginia state line, crossing over Bradshaw Mountain in the process.
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