With gas prices creeping back up, what in the world would make more than 150 people cruise down America's roadways in three days? Simple. They love the road and their cars.
Participants packed into Natural Bridge Tuesday afternoon for their last stop of the day. Their journey began around 8:30 Tuesday morning, starting in Winchester, Virginia. On Thursday the group will end up in South Carolina, covering at least 1,700 miles.
Here's how the game works. There are 80 teams with two or more people. Participants have to hit 80 stops at historical or scenic locations all pre-determined and take a photograph as proof of their journey.
Rally Appalachia is put on by Rally North America. Rally North America is about giving folks the opportunity who love cars a reason to get behind one. The organization is also about promoting charity. Proceeds from this rally will go to The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund. It's a non-profit that helps families who've lost a member of the U-S armed forces.