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By Bob Downing
Beacon Journal staff writer
The Johnson farm with its white farmhouse, tin roof and clapboard siding is called the best living history site along the Blue Ridge Parkway. The farm is patterned after life in the 1920s.
Pretty 24-acre Abbott Lake is an attarction in Peaks of Otterm a mountain valley flanked by three peaks near Roanoke in western Virginia.
The 63-room Peaks of Otter Lodge and restaurant were built in 1964 along the Blue Ridge Parkway. The 469-mile roadway is America's most-visited national park.
Vista along the Blue Ridge Parkway near Peaks of Otter in western Virginia.
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