Life can take unexpected turns. We all know that, especially in our current times. For some of us, those changes can manifest the triumph of the human spirit. It’s in some of the most bittersweet moments where the true resilience of virtue and goodness can really be seen.
While the stay at home orders are beginning to expire around the country, many of us still find ourselves stuck inside our homes. And no matter how comfy your couch is, you’re probably going a little stir crazy—that is, if you don’t have some fun, creative activities to pass the time.
When you’re on vacation, healthy habits are still important. In fact, many would argue that they're even more important than ever! When you come right down to it, vacations are the times when we consume the most food and alcohol, and it can be easy to completely fall off the fitness train.
There are few places in the US more romanticized than The Blue Ridge Mountains. And for good reason, too. The Blue Ridge Mountain region plays the role of both cultural time capsule and living, breathing icon representing the ideals, the hard work, and ingenuity that America was founded upon, and that live on to this day.
In our previous installment, we explored the amazing history of the Blue Ridge Mountains that has shaped the area into what it is today. Now let’s explore some of the top must-see’s and must-do’s in this region of unmatched American awesomeness!
So we’ve hit some Blue-Ridge-Mountain history and must-see sights, but what about the eats? After all, what’s an RVing road-trip (or any mode of road-tripping for that matter!) without some delicious places to wine and dine?
How can you see all the sites and taste all that the Blue Ridge Mountains have to offer if you don’t have a place to stay? That, my friends, is an excellent question! At this point, we must hit the brakes and backtrack a little bit so that we can fully explore the place where you belong in The Blue Ridge Mountains.
There’s always that one vacation—that one sharp and clear memory—that sticks in our minds for years. Maybe it pops into our heads again when we’re around the people we experienced it with. Or maybe it’s just that one photo or souvenir that starts the memory gears turning!