This week’s show is an interview with Park Ranger Charlene Goad about what there is to do at Fairy Stone State Park in Patrick County, Virginia. Click here to see it on a map: Fairy Stone State Park
Enjoy the Show! Below, I’ll put internet links and other bits of information that will help you enjoy a visit this great State Park.
One of the unique activities at Fairy Stone State Park is the opportunity to actually hunt the Fairy Stones. But, you make ask what Fairy Stones are and what the legend is behind them. Well, here is a link to fill you in. The Legend of the Fairy Stone
For Camping, Yurt and Cabin Reservations: Fairystone State Park Reservations through Reserve America
A Yurt!?! What is a Yurt. Funny you should ask. We looked at yurts in the show. You can see them by going to the show (top of page). But, basically, a Yurt is a semi-permanent camping structure, sort of between a tent and a cabin. Here’s a Wikipedia explanation: What is a Yurt
Firewood Quarantines: In the show, I promised to put information on this webpage about the firewood quarantine, what it means and why it’s in effect. Here is that link: Virginia State Firewood Quarantine
That’s my show for this week.
As always, I hope this show inspires you to get out and do your own rambling! Get out there and find the many places to go, things to do and events to attend, many of which are right there in your back yard.
As you head out, make sure you are driving a safe, well-maintained vehicle.
Here is your Defensive Driving Tip for this Week:
Keep a pair of polarized sunglasses within reach as you drive. If you drive around a curve or over a hill and suddenly find yourself blinded by the sun, grabbing a pair of polarized sunglasses is the best way to cut glare from direct and reflected glare.
Until my next Posting, here’s wishing you SAFE RAMBLING!