Updated: Mar 22, 2020
On our way back down from our Maine trip, we mapped out a visit to Shenandoah National Park. Coming from the north, we entered the park at the north side of the infamous "Skyline Drive". This 100 mile road is the spine of this park, with hiking trails, shops, camping, lodging, limited eating and numerous scenic views the entire trip. There are several places to pull off and take pictures, and the scenes changes as you traverse your way along this 100 mile drive. We stopped and did a hike that was a mile uphill, having to stop several times to catch our breathe, and find some oxygen. Once we were close to the top, I turned to Dorie and said "oh no" (well i paraphrased what I really said). When we started the hike it was sunny and pretty. once we climbed the mountain a couple thousand feet, it was so foggy we couldn't see anything in front of us, let along this famous view we were expecting. Oh well that is part of it....maybe next time, so back down we went. Below are some of the pictures we captured, and we also ran into a fellow You-tuber that we followed "Traveling Robert". Was cool to meet him.