West Virginia has so many species of wildlife that identify with our state itself. A couple of these majestic animals include the northern cardinal, brook trout, and black bear. We would love to shed some light and help others to appreciate the natural wonders of West Virginia. First, we would like to highlight one of our favorite birds, the Northern Cardinal.
We are so excited about the release of our first release of the spring/summer collection! With the sun shining and the flowers blooming we want to make sure you remember to appreciate the land that makes West Virginia, "Wild and Wonderful." West Virginia is known for its beautiful landscapes and recreational areas. Trust us, you will not be disappointed with the purchase of this soft, charity-driven t-shirt.
We are so excited about the release of our first release of the spring/summer collection! With the sun shining and the flowers blooming we want to make sure you remember to appreciate the country roads that will always bring you home. We don't think that there is any better way to pay tribute to West Virginia, then wearing the "Country Roads" t-shirt. Trust us, you will not be disappointed with this soft, spirited t-shirt.
Spring is on the way, and there is no better place to visit than the West Virginia Botanic Garden to view the new foliage. Tucked away in the Morgantown, West Virginia, West Virginia Botanic Garden is located on Tyrone Road. The garden boasts over 85 acres and 4.5 miles of trails. The Botanic Garden's mission states, "The West Virginia Botanic Garden at Tibbs Run Preserve seeks to foster learning, inspiration, and well-being through the beauty and wonder of plants, the natural environment, and culturally enriching experiences."
Image Credit: organcave.com Organ Cave Hello, Wild and Wonderful readers, Our location posts are meant to give you a more in-depth glimpse into outdoor areas that are near and dear to our hearts. These places are great for hiking, adventures with furry friends, and beautiful Instagram pictures. We hope you'll follow along with us and take on an adventure of your own. Lastly, we hope you remember, "Mountaineers are Always Free." History Tucked away in the heart of Greenbrier County, West Virginia, Organ Cave is a National Historic and Natural Landmark. The cave happens to be the first site where the first Prehistoric three toes sloth was uncovered. According to the website, the cave has over 45 miles of mapped passages and 200...