West Virginia’s Tiny Church

Tiny Church Our Lady of the Pines Horse Shoe Run, West Virginia submitted by “Slicks” (John) wendyvee says: Slicks (the only RoadsideWonder-er authorized to share a roof with your hostess, Wendyvee) is back with another “find” from the Summer of ’09! This is Our Lady of the Pines in Horse Shoe Run, West Virginia. It bills itself at the “Smallest Church in 48 states … although,...

The Coal House

The Coal House Route 60 White Sulphur Springs, try West Virginia submitted by “Slicks” (John) wendyvee says: John visited “The Cole House” in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia during the summer of 2009. This is one of several examples of buildings in West Virginia made entirely (or predominantly) of coal! Built in 1959, The Coal House has housed several business and attractions over...

The Mystery Hole

The Mystery Hole Ansted, West Virginia submitted by “Slicks″ (John) wendyvee says: John visited the Mystery Hole, in West Virginia during the summer of 2009. Though I asked him to stop here on his way from Pennsylvania to Kentucky – I’m awfully jealous that he got to experience this wonderfully tacky attraction without me. (Of course, now I’ll just have to plan another trip to West Virginia...

Minnehaha Strikes A Pose

Minnehaha Statue Hiawatha’s Country Store Elkins, West Virginia submitted by “Slicks″ (John) wendyvee says: John captured this shot of the Minnehaha statue in front of the Hiawatha Country Store in Elkins, West Virginia during the summer of 2009.  Minnehaha is the fictional lover of Hiawatha, from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s epic poem Hiawatha. Raise your hand if you had to memorize at least...

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