West Virginia Rafting with Teens
“There’s Wi-Fi there, right?” “How about cable?”
Yes, yes, I responded to my teen sons on the five-hour drive to Fayetteville, West Virginia. And indeed there was. But it turns out the siren calls of the virtual and broadband were no match against the elemental forms of Air, Water, and Fire.
First, we went airborne on a zipline tour through the oak, maple, and 200-year-old hemlock trees of a private forest adjacent to the New River Gorge. The three-hour tour, expertly led by two guides per group of eight, ranged over 15 acres and included ten ziplines from tree (Read more...)
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