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It has always been something I've wanted to do - visiting the southern states of the USA. It has an interesting history and is pretty as a picture. I'm told this is especially true during the autumn months when the trees turn from vibrant green to yellow, orange and reds of different hues.as this trip is the beginning of summer we won't get to experience the beautiful colours of autumn.....maybe ...
... the Art Loeb Trail (Section 2) towards Pilot Mountain. In the past, it was possible to drive up FR-229 to near the summit, but this road has been closed due to unstable condition. So we had to make the extremely steep climb up the Art Loeb Trail. To make matters worse, the trail was incredibly overgrown, so for much of the climb, we were practically bushwhacking through dense vegetation. And of course it rained ...
steve - Left Marion and set off on using the interstate for a few miles then enjoyed fabulous scenery through the Blue ridge mountains.
made it to iron springs for lunch and a gang of Hardly dangerous riders trucked up. And then the heavens opened, proper Spanish type downpour.
we were in a nice bar so it was really tempting to stay and hit the Ale for the afternoon but proper adventure riders ...
... at the summit until every one of us had made it up. It was really fun to get riled up every time we saw someone come around the final bend. The support we show for each other on this team is incredible. After the climb, we had about 15 miles left of slight incline/decline until we made it to the church in Hendersonville. The greatest part of those last 15 was when we had about 10 to go and told Ali this, who thought for some reason we were ...
... was warm enough for crowds outside each tav, wine bar and joint. After a tasty dinner at Mama Mia (I had a goose sausage dish) we ended up downtown listening to a local band that was reminiscent of Pearl Jango. My local stout was good too. We're done tearing down the house and will leave the rest for Gary in the new year. Tomorrow we all go on to Statesboro and Thanksgiving. There'll be a big bunch, so we're stocking up on wine, ...
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