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December 20, 2017

Government Road – Parsons, WV

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On March 18, 2016 the WooFDriver and his crew took to Government Road in Parsons, West Virginia for a Furwheeling mushing adventure! The winding road runs parallel to the Shavers Fork of the Cheat River, which in 1985 flooded the town destroying over 3,500 homes and 180 business. Most businesses never returned.

To learn more about the area Wikipedia’s Website

Enjoy the photos of this scenic area!
Government Road - Parsons, WV

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December 20, 2017

Blackwater Falls State Park

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On November 15, 2015 while the WooFDriver was out on tour with the WooFPAK to Spruce Mountain, they made a side trip to enjoy the views at Blackwater Falls State Park in West Virginia. The park is named for the falls of the Blackwater River that plummets five stories through the eight mile long gorge of the park. The tannic acid from the hemlock and red spruce needles that fall into the water make the color of the river appear black.

To learn more about the park http://www.blackwaterfalls.com/

Please enjoy the photo album from the trip!
Blackwater Falls State Park

To watch the videos from the park!

December 19, 2017

Penns Creek Path (Mid State Trail)

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On September 1, 2017 the WooFDriver took the WooFPAK to Pennsylvania for a Furwheeling mushing adventure. They took to the Penns Creek Path, 3.6 miles of crushed stone and amazing features like an old railroad tunnel and a recently refurbished bridge that crosses over Penns Creek. The Penns Creek Path makes up a small portion of the Mid-State Trail, a 319 mile long cross country hiking trail in central Pennsylvania.

To learn more about this trail Trail Link’s Website

Please enjoy the videos of the adventure!

December 19, 2017

Exeter Scenic River & Neversink Trails

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On October 17, 2017 the WooFDriver and his crew took the PAK to Pennsylvania on a Furwheeling adventure combining both the Exeter Scenic River Trail and Neversink Trail. These trails are short in distance but help to make trail connections on the Schuylkill River Trail system. The Neversink Trail is only 1.2 miles long of asphalt and the Exeter 2.3 miles of cinder, gravel and crushed stone. Small connector trails are important as the Schuylkill River Trail is still under construction, plans are to extend the trail to over 140 miles, the full length of the Schuylkill River.

To learn more about the Exeter Scenic River Trail Trail Link’s Website

To learn more about the Neversink Trail Trail Link’s Website

Please enjoy the videos from the adventure!

December 15, 2017

New River Gorge

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On May 2, 2017 the WooFDriver and his crew loaded up all their ghost hunting equipment to take the WooFPAK on a nighttime WereWOOFS adventure. They headed out to the New River Gorge in West Virginia which is full of remnants of America’s history. From old stone structures to coal mine entrances, there is a sense of the old coal mining town with was once thriving. The U.S. Army also had a camp here to use the river as a training and testing ground.

To learn more about this area National Park’s Website

Please enjoy the photos from the adventure!
WereWOOFS New River Gorge 5.02.2017

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December 15, 2017

Indian Head Rail Trail

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On July 25, 2017 the WooFDriver and his crew took the WooFPAK to the Indian Head Rail Trail in Southern Maryland for a Furwheeling mushing adventure! This trail is 13.4 miles long of asphalt surface over the old railroad bed that was built in 1918 to transport supplies to and from the U.S. Navy’s Indian Head Powder Factory.

To learn more about the trail Trail Link’s Website

Please enjoy the video footage from the adventure!

December 13, 2017

Hoodlebug Trail

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On October 31, 2017 the WooFDriver took the WooFPAK to the Hoodlebug Trail for a Furwheeling adventure. This gravel trail is 10.5 miles long and located in Indiana County, Pennsylvania. It follows the old route of the 1850’s Indiana Branch of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The trail got its name from the passenger train that rode this line until 1940, nicknamed “Hoodlebug”.

To learn more about the trail Trail Link’s Website

Enjoy pictures from the trail!
Hoodlebug Trail 10.31.2017

Also enjoy the video from the adventure!

December 13, 2017

C&D Canal Recreational Trails – Michael Castle(Delaware) & Ben Cardin(Maryland)

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WooFDriver and his crew have ventured to these trails multiple occasions for some Furwheeling Mushing adventures. The Ben Cardin C&D Trail in Maryland is only 1.8 miles in length but it meets up with the Michael Castle Trail at the Maryland/Delaware state line for an additional 12.4 miles of asphalt. The canal itself was constructed in the early 1800s and it currently managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. It continues to serve one of the United States’ busiest shipping ports, the Port of Baltimore.

To learn more about the Ben Cardin C&D Trail Trail Link’s Website

To learn more about the Michael Castle Trail Trail Link’s Website

Enjoy the video footage from the adventures!

December 12, 2017

Bear Hole Trail

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On April 21, 2016 the WooFDriver and his crew took the the Bear Hole Trail in Pennsylvania for a Furwheeling mushing adventure. The trail consists of 5.5 miles of crushed stone and follows the route of the former Old State Road. The history in this area dates back to 1827 when the Union Canal was built here. Remnants from the canal can be seen along the trail.

To learn more about the trail Trail Link’s Website

Enjoy the video footage from the adventure!

December 12, 2017

Catharine Valley Trail

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On April 17, 2017 the WooFDriver and his crew took to the Catharine Valley Trail in New York for a Furwheel mushing adventure. This trail is 12 miles long of crushed stone that follows portions of the now abandoned Northern Central Railroad and Chemung Canal towpath. It offers visitors the opportunity to experience the scenic beauty of the glacially carved valley south of Seneca Lake.

To learn more about the trail Trail Link’s Website

Please enjoy the video footage from the adventure!