|Taking a break for lunch|
We then hiked around the WVU Arboretum and saw chipmunks, birds, and to my dismay, a snake.
Dinner was next on the list and had to take our visitors to a local Morgantown restaurant-'Black Bear.' When we arrived it was pretty packed, but there was a local banjo-player performing and the food, although a little spicy, was delicious.
|At the end of our hike in Ohiopyle|
|Johnny carrying me so I didn't have to get my feet wet|
Ohiopyle has a couple of natural water slides. John and I tried to convince Marmee and Papa to join us on the natural water slide, but were unsuccessful. It was a good experience.
For dinner we decided an a quieter, more traditional restaurant. Marmee and Papa enjoyed Talapia fish, I had tasty coconut shrimp as did Johnny. Games were next. We introduced Marmee and Papa to the game 'Apples to Apples,' and laughed a lot while playing it.
|Outside our apartment on Sunday|
Finally, there visit to West Virginia would not be complete without a calming Sunday drive out to Cooper's Rock and the overlook. All that can be seen is a sea of green and a great view of our little Morgantown. As you can tell from the picture it was very sunny.
I was very saddened our visitors trip was almost to an end. We ended the eventful weekend by creating a Sunday dinner and cooking Marmee's famous cinnamon rolls. I think Papa and Johnny enjoyed them the most! Thanks for coming out and visiting us in Wild and Wonderful West Virginia!!