Journey Down the Shenandoah 050209

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Do to the looming bad weather for tomorrow, we are going to try and complete the rest of the journey today. There are about a dozen miles to go. We can certainly finish that today. Now that everything is dry and with a good nights sleep, we feel we can finish this journey before the weather gets bad again. After being rained on a few times and having to camp in the rain, I am going to try and avoid any more rain. So today should be the day of the journey’s end.

Along the way, I seen some great scenery. The Shenandoah Valley is a great place to live. We are all fortunate to be in such a place as this. If everyone could take care of there property, help clean up, volunteer with one of the many organizations that look after the river and valley or just be someone who can do some small part in caring for what we have here, then we can help preserve this great treasure that we call the Shenandoah River and Valley.

Thanks for following along with the blog. After the end of the journey, I will add some more images that I made along the way and show everyone some of the great views I had the privilege to witness. I would also like to thank, all the people who helped, family, friends and the property owners that allowed me to camp along the way.

It has been a great journey and I will show some more photos from the trip as I will be able to have time to edit through the thousand or so images collected along the way. Even though the journey nears its end, there will be more postings to the blog later. Thanks again.


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