Inside Shenandoah National Park, the Skyland area has the highest points in the park. I stayed overnight at this Skyland Lodge and spent a day hiking on the area trails. They have horseback riding for those who would enjoy. The restaurant served oatmeal made with whole oats and sprinkled with pumpkin seeds that I was able to eat on the restaurant patio with amazing views.
Another Fall hiking pleasure – happening upon a wild apple tree. I found this one in a Virginia State Park:
Fall is such a great time to get out and do some walking and hiking. These photos are from some of my Fall hikes.
Okay, that one (above) was more of a picnic. I made apple pie from scratch and brought it into the mountains overlooking the Shenandoah Valley just off the Blue Ridge Parkway here in Virginia. Solo picnic, so serene. Then, I did walk some trails.
We produce and consume the most unnatural and toxic foods in the history of mankind. The immediate and long term consequences have, at the cellular level, changed the way that our genes are functioning.
Getting back to basics holds a lot of promise for restoring the body’s remarkable ability to heal.