This is the lovely Blackwater Falls in West Virginia.
This was from the viewpoint at Lost River State Park in West Virginia.
This was a great find near Martinsburg, West Virginia. Really great produce and tons of other great food and craft items. To follow my journey, come on over to http://www.miles2gobeforeisleep.com
This is the beautiful Bavarian Inn in Shepherdstown, West Virginia. Be sure you check out all my new projects at http://www.miles2gobeforeisleep.com
This was such a pretty old church in Charles Town, West Virginia. Check out some stories about West Virginia, and even my new podcast at http://www.miles2gobeforeisleep.com.
This is German Street in downtown Shepherdstown, West Virginia. To learn more and find out what I’m up to – check out my new projects at http://www.miles2gobeforeisleep.com
This is the old Interwoven sock factory in Martinsburg, West Virginia. Don’t forget to check out my new projects at http://www.miles2gobeforeisleep.com
This is the view from Split Rock in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. Don’t forget to check out my new projects at http://www.miles2gobeforeisleep.com
These beautiful falls were on Dunlop Creek near Thurmond, West Virginia. Don’t forget to check out my new projects at http://www.miles2gobeforeisleep.com
This house was spooky, but also really cool. I’m sure in its time it was really something. This is in Franklin, West Virginia.
I think a lot of people like the caboose as much as I do. This one was resting in rural West Virginia.
I thought this bus in the field was really cool too. This is in eastern West Virginia.
This was another cool barn in eastern West Virginia.
Mail Pouch Tobacco ads on the side of barns are pretty prevalent in some parts of West Virginia. I think they are really cool.
Sorry guys, I’ve been “away from my desk” for a little bit – working on some projects and taking some time off. I did get out and do a little bit of travelling though. Here is a barn in rural West Virginia.
This is inside the Capitol in Charleston, West Virginia. It amazes me that I could have the place almost entirely to myself.
This statue, Lincoln Walks at Midnight, stands in front of the West Virginia Capitol Building in Charleston, West Virginia. It depicts Lincoln deliberating adding West Virginia to the Union during the American Civil War. West Virginia is the only state that was born out of the Civil War. I like both the realism of the statue and the contrast to our stereotypical Lincoln.
Even a run down old building can be beautiful in the right light. I was taken by this one here in Weston, West Virginia.
This is beautiful Seneca Rocks here in Pendleton County, West Virginia. It is a popular rock climbing location and one of the better known attractions in the state.