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|Junction of US11 and State 606
||Steels Tavern Virginia is the Eastern end of SR606. This road is designated a Virginia Byway and also serves as bike route 76. Take your time enjoy the views and drive carefully.
|McCormick Memorial Wayside
||The 'Walnut Grove Farm' was the birthplace of the mechanical reaper that Cryus McCormick improved and pattened. The wayside provides shady tables for a picnic, restroom facilities. A self guided tour of the grain mill and blacksmiths shop is reccommended.
|Junction Interstate 81 and 64
||Whites Truck Stop has been on this location since interstate 81 was constructed. The restaurant is eclectic and worth the stop. Don't expect gormet food just a good old fashioned truck stop food.
|Back in Thyme Bed and Breakfast
||A historical Bed and Breakfast built by John McCormick. Take a step back in time when life in a small Southern town was laid back and friendly. When you visit Back in Thyme B&B it still is.
||Rockbridge Vineyard, located in the historic and beautiful countryside of Rockbridge County produces fine Virginia wines, which have won many awards in national and state competitions.
Now open year-round! Wed.-Sat. 11a.m.-5p.m., Sun. Noon-5p.m. Closed Thanksgiving, Dec. 24, 25, 31 and Jan. 1.
|Wades Mill and BuffaloHerb Farm
||Wade's Mill is a working water-powered flourmill listed on the National Register of Historic Places.The mill is powered by a 21-foot water wheel still produces a wide variety of flours exclusively on mill stones. The Herb Farm offers garden tours with a variety of themes, a plant house of herb plants and garden accessories, and the Big Red Barn where one can buy dried flowers, designs and garden books, and herbal products.
|Turn West onto StateRoute 252
||Route 606 ends at this intersection, we will continue our trip on the Brownsburg, VA. Turnpike (Rt 252). This road follows in the same area as the original stagecoach trail from Staunton, VA. to Brownsburg, VA.
||Brownsburg, Virginia was settled in 1793 and served as a waypoint on the stage line from Staunton, Virginia to Lexington, Virginia. Today you can visit antique shops and the Brownsburg Tea Room in a restored log cabin.
||This mountain view is typical of those common to this area.
||You can continue your tour to the West Virginia border by turing right at this point.
A left turn will bring you to the Virginia Horse Center (6.6 miles)and the junction or Route ll just north of Lexington, Virginia, 7.7 miles. End of Highway Travel Guide. -e