Hiking Natural Bridge


OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAOur first big hike of the trip was to the Natural Bridge in Virginia. A meandering path lead to a 300 ft. bridge made of rock. There used to be a train across it, but it is now just kept as a natural treasure. We were amazed at the scale of the rock formation so we left some people at the bottom of the path so you can get a feel for the height of the bridge. At a rest stop on the trail, Cheryl noticed an Israeli family of 3 switching off taking pictures so she offered to take their group shot. Afterwards, when the family was leaving, Cheryl said to the lady, “L’Shana Tova.” The lady was flabbergasted and said, “Wow, that’s amazing that you know that phrase.” Cheryl said, “I guess it helps that I’m Jewish.” “Oh, you’re Jewish, really? Well L’Shanah Tova, Tikatevu.”

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