Brookside Mountain Mist Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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- Free parking
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... Then we happened upon "Art on the River" - a whole area filled with a wide variety of artists. We ate lunch at "Clingman's Cafe" and sat outside on a sunny patio - lovely! We spent the rest of the day exploring the artists' studios and meeting the artists. We returned home for a bit of down time and then a pot luck dinner with Jim and Sue in our NEW HOME. We'll add more pics as we download them from the ...
We left this morning around 8:50 - travelling to Ashville today. It was a lovely drive through the mountains. More colour in the trees than what we saw in the park. 15 degrees today!! Arrived at Lake Powhatan State park near Ashville around noon. Found 2 campsites, set up camp, had lunch and headed out for a hike on Mt. Mitchell. We wanted to go to the top of the highest point in the eastern states ( Mt. Mitchell 6647ft high). Upon ...
After meeting lots of friends in NYC and New Jersey, we are heading to the smoky mountain.
Gatlinburg in Tennessee has been chosen for our stay.
Car, water bottle, drone are loaded, let's head here !!!!
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Me: “Hi! I’d like to make a change to my permit. ”
NPS: “Yes, I can hear you now.”
And it didn’t get much better from there. I had the call on speaker and as the conversation progressed, Julie’s eyes widened, her brows furrowed, and she asked, sotto voce, “who is this guy?”
“See what I had to deal with setting this whole trip up?” I told her after hanging up. The call had ...
... the beginning as it heads up Mount LeConte. The rain lightened even more and I removed my rain jacket. It was hot enough that I preferred to be a little wet from the rain than from sweat. For most of the way, the trail follows LeConte Creek, with the soothing sound of running water audible for nearly the entire trip. The last mile of the trail crosses LeConte Creek twice on footbridges with a few smaller waterfalls at the crossings. But there was no mistaking the ...