Last week, I visited Luray, Virginia with my mother, oldest daughter, and two beautiful granddaughters. The small town is located in Shenandoah Valley in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Luray is a quaint town that has held tightly to it’s country charm.
The Virginia Museum of the Civil War
Luray Caverns stalactite curtains – notice the light illuminating inside one of the curtains to illustrate how thin they are
stalactites & stalagmites at the wishing well – a 6′ deep well where tourist can make a wish – coins are periodically removed and funds donated
This formation of calcium deposits is referred to as “the eggs”
Stalagpipe organ – there are tuners located throughout this part of the cavern – the sound vibrates and bounces from the stalactities making the rocks sing
When this Model-T was for sale in 1909 the price was $550
1903 Orient covered carriage
This is the Inn’s restaurant where we had lunch
my beautiful family – always a joy to travel with
As we exited Shenandoah Park a black bear crossed our path
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