We're having some adventures this year now that Kent's schedule allows him to take every other Friday off. His personal travel agent--me--has been finding fun things to do within driving distance of home.At the end of April we went to West Virginia for a two-overnight trip, Thursday and Friday nights. (we're always home to go to church in our home ward on Sunday.)
The bomb shelter bunkers were built under a very ritzy, upscale resort in White Sulpher Springs, called the Greenbrier.http://www.greenbrier.com/Activities/The-Bunker/Bunker-History.aspx
The next day (Saturday) we went to see the New River Gorge Bridge. As the sign says, it's the longest arch bridge in the western hemisphere. I believe when it was built in the 1970's it was the longest in the world.
I took a picture of this poster in the tour company office to show the height comparison of the bridge we walked under compared with other world landmarks.
After we walked under the bridge we drove across the river on a lower bridge to get the shot below.