October 11, 2016

Skyland Dining and Page County Farms

Last month I talked Frank into having lunch at Skyland Resort in Shenandoah National Park. Here are some glass treasures displayed in the gift shop.

 The dining room was busy when we were there but eventually we were seated. The decor is somewhat rustic because, after all, it is a national park, and Skyland itself predates the park.


I've  shown you views from Skyline Drive many times. Note the farmland in the scene. 


Let's drive down into Page County and get a closer look at some farms.


Can you spot the bunny?

12 comments:

  1. Love the pretty glass treasures with the light behind them! And such gorgeous mountain views! Lovely post!

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  2. What a wonderful spot to enjoy...the views are delightful. Linda, thanks for being here!

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  3. Nice shots, what a view to live near

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  4. Yes, I see the bunny... though I'd have missed him without the prompt!

    Beautiful views.

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  5. The display of glass objects is a wonderful addition to the surroundings.

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  6. I can see why you love the view. It's gorgeous. And yep, I spotted the bunny. :)

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  7. I like the coloured glass in the light. It's very attractive. The bunny's ears gave him away :)

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  8. The glassware on the shelves looks pretty. Beautiful scenic views too!

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  9. Just love the glassware in your top photo ...

    The views look marvelous too.

    All the best Jan

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  10. love the window with all the glass in it. So beautifully arranged :)

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