Aska Lodge B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAska Lodge B&B Blue Ridge
If you want to be treated special, no, pampered, sign in here. Incredible hosts, the highest quality furnishings and bedding, and excellent breakfasts make Aska Lodge a must. You arrive as strangers and leave as friends.
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... took Stewart and I to see the progress on the cemetery. I guess it was fitting to stop by and see Steve. We plan to meet Ashley and company just west of Nashville tomorrow. The next two days are lots of very long drives. It feels so good to be underway! There are so many people to thank because without them, this would never have been possible. Too many to mention but I am full of ...
... like when you want a butterfly or ladybug to land on you. It doesn’t usually do that when you want it to; apparently, it happens when you’re not expecting it. I’ve heard it’s supposed to bring good luck.
Anyway, at the end of this movie, Frances discovers that a ladybug has landed on her when she least expects it, and at this point in the movie, she has finally been blessed ...
... We all baked frozen pizzas, had amazing, glorious showers (even though the water pressure was terrible) and passed out. That was the longest day for me on the trail yet at 13 miles.
Today is our zero. Even though it hasn't rained as much as we thought it would, it's still been nice to rest and get some laundry done. I bought a new, larger tarp for my hammock and sent my old one home. Tomorrow we have an early morning shuttle lined up to the same gap and plan on ...
... famed Amicalola Falls - 3rd highest in the USA and the start/end of the Appalachian Trail. And then hiked from the visitor center to the falls and back on two different trials. Maybe 3 miles or 1/1,000th of the famed Trail. Like spending 10 minutes at the Grand Canyon!
And then we discovered the boutique town of Blue Ridge where the new money from Atlanta hangs out over weekends and holidays. Great shopping and the ...
... to them, as he picked a golden rush for me right from the tree. I bit into that apple later, and I can tell you, it was the best apple I’ve ever tasted; with one bite, I understood why the farm plans to use it for hard cider. I also understood why people like to pick their own apples, and why the farm started the pedestrian area where people visiting the orchards can do just that. There’s a certain thrill in being able ...