took my fair share of pics here that's for sure. We really enjoyed
ourselves because we arrived early enough in the morning before
mom got too tired to do much walking.
the gristmill, there are other buildings, farm tools and displays
replicating life in rural Appalachia. You can see blacksmithing
and spinning wheel demonstrations and take a walk along a nice path
alongside the wooden flume used to help power the mill by catching
runoff from nearby streams.
got too tired of getting in and out the RV, she still could fill
her eyes with views such as these afforded from the many pull offs
alongside the road.
how the signs at the stops gave us tidbits of info about the names
of the views - like this one of Buffalo Mountain. This hump served
as a familiar landmark to local residents and mothers would warn
their children not to go far enough out so they couldn't see the
Lake was another favorite view. We enjoyed it from the shore all
decked out in rhodos and I'm sure this canoeist enjoyed his own
viewpoint from the middle of the lake.