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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... it will be much simpler and quicker to set up and take down every time and because I needed something more for the times I sleep in a shelter. It will actually save me space because even though the inflatable pad is larger when blown up, it compresses down much smaller than the little foam pad that hangs on the bottom of my hammock.
The next day was a race in which you had no idea what position you were in. We had expected the Plumorchard Gap Shelter to not ...
The Smokie Mountains were nothing short of amazing. I couldn't have asked for better weather. After me and Stealth (Will) took a zero day at Fontana Dam we hit our stride. My knees are finally started feeling better so we were able to pick up our mileage and usually hiked between 15-20 miles a day. I can say with certainty that I gave ...
... the grounds at this place. All 200 plus acres of it. The house had 40 servants on staff at all times, has 40 bathrooms and a bunch of other stuff. It boggles the mind, to say the least. All this opulence for just 3 people. Yeppers thats the amount of folks that lived here. I was told that they entertained a lot tho. That justifies things, I guess. Who built it ?? Why the Vanderbuilts of course....Next stop----Clio, ...
... of disease. Hanter disease or something? It's deadly and there's no cure." She was referring to hantavirus, which can be transmitted by rodent droppings. It is rare, and usually occurs in more arid climates where the mouse droppings dry out and disintegrate into particles you can inhale. While it is true there is no cure, it is survivable 60% of the time. There’d been an outbreak in Yosemite National Park a few years back. Maybe the doctor was confusing “Yosemite” ...
... 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 ...