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The two RV Gypsies at The Canyon Rim Visitor Center
162 Visitor Center Road
Lansing, WV
plus the Fayette Station Tunney Hunsaker Bridge
June 8, 2021

USA map showing location of WVWV map showing location of the New River Gorge

The two RV Gypsies stopped at the Visitor Center to view The New River Gorge Bridge and surrounding area. The back deck offered a 2-mile view southward of the gourde with one of the world's oldest rivers at the bottom. When the two RV Gypsies were here in 2011, the Visitor Center and viewing area did not exist.

panorama from the Visitor Center
Lee Duquette on the viewing deck
a big multi-level cliff in the trees
The New River Gorge Arch Briidge in the distance The New River Gorge Arch Briidge in the distance

Below: Photos of the bridge and The Catwalk under the roadway where the two RV Gypsies are getting ready to walk for the Second Time. The first time being ten years ago in 2011.

The Catwalk under the New River Gorge Bridge The Catwalk under the bridge

Below: The New River and kayakers

The New River The New River and kayakers
The New River trees
a bird in the sky a bird in the sky
a bird in the sky a bird in the sky

Then the two RV Gypsies drove to The Tunney Hunsaker Bridge to get a different perspective of the New River Gorge Bridge.

Fayette Station sign The Tunney Hunsaker Bridge

Below: Karen Duquette stood in the middle of The Tunney Hunsaker Bridge to get photographs of the New River Gorge Bridge where they will soon walk on The Catwalk for their second time. In 2011, the river was much clearer and the reflection of the arch on the bridge actually made an image of a circle in the water. Those photos are also posted on this website.

New River Gorge Bridge New River Gorge Bridge

Then the two RV Gypsies drove the road that circled all around the bridge to get some different views of the New River Gorge Bridge. Unfortunately, a tour bus got behind them and kept beeping their horn at them, so they could not photograph the views they really wanted.

New River Gorge Bridge under The New River Gorge Bridge
under The New River Gorge Bridge under The New River Gorge Bridge

look below

NEXT PAGE ARROWTwo days later, the two RV Gypsies walked on the Catwalk for their second time.