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Road map: Where to go, what to do in Shenandoah Valley

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Friday, January 29, 2010

1.ALVIN STOKES GENERAL STORE

Opened during World War II, this general store is the real deal, selling such mountain-man accessories as insulated overalls, gloves and bear traps.

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533 E. Main St., Front Royal, Va., 540-635-4437.

2.TWO FAT BUTCHERS

The motto of this butcher shop and deli: "Cause U Can Never Trust a Skinny Butcher." Create a feeding frenzy with a two-pound sub.

239 South St., Front Royal, Va., 540-635-6900, http://www.twofatbutchers.com.

3.OLD DOMINION COFFEE COMPANY

Warm up with a Mexican spiced cocoa or chill out with chocolate hazelnut gelato. "We have a hard time keeping that in the case," says barista Katherine Ward.

2 N. Main St., Harrisonburg, Va., 540-433-0313.

4.MASSANUTTEN SKI RESORT AND WATERPARK

Hit the slopes at the snow-tubing hill or ditch winter and dive into the resort's indoor water park.

1822 Resort Dr., McGaheysville, Va., 540-289-9441, http://www.massresort.com. Tubing: $18 weekdays, $22 weekends; tube included. Water park: full-day pass, $38; twilight, $28.


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