My friends and I went to the Lewisburg Chocolate Festival. I’ve been to Lewisburg, WV before but that was only to visit the Lost World Caverns and I didn’t get to do anything else while I was there. So I was pretty excited to go to this festival. I wanted to try different types of… Read More My Day At The Lewisburg Chocolate Festival
Most people enjoy the delightful fun of wax museums, but some feel uncomfortable around the uncanny, life-like creations. Wax museums (also known as waxworks) feature collections of wax sculptures that portray famous historical figures and celebrities. Some places even have a “Chamber of Horrors” gallery showing some of the most horrible criminals known to man.… Read More The Creepy Story Behind Madame Tussauds: Truth Or Fiction?
There was a solar eclipse and my area wasn’t in the path of totality (which spanned across 14 states – Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia), but we got about 93% totality. This was the first solar eclipse to appear anywhere over the lower… Read More Solar Eclipse In Princeton, West Virginia, August 2017
There are plenty of ways to get airline miles without actually flying. Here are just a few ways to earn free airline miles. E-Rewards E-Rewards is a survey panel where you earn points for every survey you complete. These points can be redeemed for different rewards, including free airline miles with AAdvantage and a few… Read More How To Get Free Airline Miles
My friends and I recently went to Fort Chiswell Animal Park in Wytheville, Virginia. It was a lot of fun and you can see animals from 6 different continents. There is a petting zoo where you can interact with the smaller animals. And every hour they take people on a bus to see the larger… Read More Fort Chiswell Animal Park, Wytheville, Virginia
One of the coolest places in West Virginia is about 120 feet below the Earth’s surface. I’m talking about Lost World Caverns in Lewisburg, WV. Lost World Caverns was discovered in 1942 by the Virginia Polytechnical Institute (now known as Virginia Tech University). It was originally called “Grapevine Cave”. It’s only entrance was a long,… Read More Lost World Caverns, Lewisburg, WV
Recently Princeton, WV held a West Virginia Day celebration in the historic district on Mercer Street. There was a petting zoo, free wagon rides, and a free trolley ride to several historical sites. You could also visit several museums in Mercer County for free. We didn’t have enough time to do everything but we were… Read More 154th West Virginia Day celebration in Princeton