We don’t do things that way. It’s just that we are halfway through the year. Sweet and sad at the same time.
For the next few months, we are jamming! And for good reason: it is Ossum here in the summer.
If you have not made a summer trip to the New River Gorge, we still have a few holes in the calendar.
If you don’t like what we have to offer, you need your pulse checked. This area is rich with excitement and relaxing options side by side that you can’t normally find all in one place.
Our variety is so great, The Boy Scouts of America “bet it all” on Fayette County and the New River Gorge. If you have not heard, BSA has made us their new home for “the next 100 years,” Former Gov. and current US Sen. Joe Manchin was quoted as saying, “This will be a billion-dollar project.” The BSA has said they are going to spend $400,000,000.00 (That is so cool, typing all those zeros).
The contractors I have talked to have say we have been tasked with building “best in class” on every project. That means best bike trail in the world, best shooting sports venue in the world! We already have best rafting and climbing.
Whatever they are building has to be the very best, and this is thrilling, especially if they allow the public to use these fantastic facilities when the Jamboree is not in town.
2013 is the first run for the National Jamboree here in Fayette County, WV, on the Bechtel Summit, and The Scouts will be here in numbers too big to ignore in a few weeks.
No one knows what the Jamboree will mean to our area or Opossum Creek Retreat as a business. We hope it will be a big positive.
They punched the ticket; now all we can do is take the ride. Hope it’s best in class.