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Monday, May 21st, 2018

Natural Bridge Steps up to State Park Status

It’s hard to believe what now looms 215 feet above Cedar Creek and a well-traversed pedestrian walkway was likely the subterranean roof of a cave. Natural Bridge, once a sacred site of the Native American Monacan tribe, has been a beloved, familiar spectacle along the I-81 corridor since, well, long before the I-81 corridor existed.

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Monday, May 21st, 2018

An Experiment in Art & Science

It would seem that popularity knows no bounds. When at one time you wouldn’t think to link Virginia with wine, now, with nearly 300 wineries and counting, it’s almost like the Commonwealth is sitting back, feet up,...

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Monday, March 5th, 2018

Virginia’s 14th State Park . . . exploring the on-land and underwater wonders of Claytor Lake State Park

Text by Nancy S. Moseley   They range from riverside to lakeside, from the edge of the coast to the top of the mountain, all carefully corralling the natural and historic wonders that surround Virginia residents. The...

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Friday, January 19th, 2018

Southwest Virginia on Ice

The first time the temperate drops enough to freeze nearby ponds, the winter world truly becomes a wonderland. The fascinating feeling of ice underfoot brings out the kid in all of us, and gliding across frozen water...

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Friday, July 7th, 2017

Gatewood Park

People talk about “best kept secrets” which are rarely s-e-c-r-e-t, but Gatewood Park and Reservoir in Pulaski County might seriously qualify as one of them. Encompassing 400 acres of forests, water and scenic beauty, the property is...

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Friday, May 12th, 2017

A Puddle Between the Mountains . . . James Pandapas

In 1948, Blacksburg resident James Pandapas, known for having brought its first two industries to the town – Electro-Tec and Poly Scientific – purchased a 500-acre tract of Appalachian hardwoods and pines between Brush and Gap Mountains....

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Monday, July 18th, 2016

Blue Ridge Scout Reservation’s newest camp offering

Helpful. Loyal. Brave. These are three of the twelve core values that the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) strive to possess. If you ever get the chance to check out the BSA Base Camp Ottari located right...

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Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

The New River’s Unique Formation

For those new to the world of river sports, here’s why this mighty grandfather of East Coast Rivers is the perfect place to get your feet wet. We cannot help but feel calm beside a river as...

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Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Playgrounds for Tiny Adventure Seekers

(Local resident Joseph Alberts, now 35, playing at Caboose Park in 1981) A playground is more than just a place for kids to get their wiggles out before lunch time. Parks and playgrounds harbor some of our...

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Friday, August 1st, 2014

Most Popular NRV Hiking Trail

Grab your backpack, sneakers or hiking boots, water bottle and camera because we are going hiking. One of the most beautiful adventures in the New River Valley, I now know, is to hike to Cascade Falls. It...

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