Sunday, June 19, 2016

Skyline Drive

Summer 2015-

One of Kellisa's few benefits from being disabled is her Golden Access Passport. It allows us to enter National Parks without having to pay the entry fee and campsites are 50% off. 

We entered the park on Skyline Drive, a road that runs along the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains for 110 miles, the entire length of Shenandoah National Park. We would drive from the beginning to mile marker 43 and backtrack to exit the park at mile 32. 

The speed limit is only 35mph and the girls enjoyed the ride with the windows down. We were in and above the clouds which Laurel likened to looking out airplane windows. 

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