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Travel Blogs from Boone
... time on the road in daylight hours. We turned the alarm off at 7:30 this morning, kept sleeping, and didn't end up leaving til after 9. After hitting the road however, we were fortunate enough to be driving once again under blue skies. We headed straight back to the Blue Ridge Parkway and continued on our journey South. We took a stop in the morning at Otter Creek for a short stroll. Rocky Knob was our stop for lunch. We then crossed the border ...
... I stop for a snack and then get back on. I plug in the mp3 to my helmet speakers and hit the road again. The normal speed limit is 45 mph (72 km), sometimes decreasing to 35 or 30 mph if the curves are sharper. I'm doing 110 in 5th gear in the short straightaways leading into the corners. I ease off the throttle slightly or if the corner is a bit tighter than I thought I quickly gear down to ...
... Appalachian Trail
Ping pong tournaments
Home brewed pumpkin spice beer
Strolling down memory lane, catching salamanders
Good times with wonderful people!
... side trail that leads down to the NC Wall. This unofficial trail is the Amphitheater Trail and is not shown on maps. It leads from the MST down to the Amphitheater, a canyon in the cliff face of the gorge. It's another area popular with rock climbers and had truly fantastic views. A small patch of colorful trees down in the Amphitheater contrasted beautifully against the rugged grey cliffs. Further to the south, we ...
... he meant. It was actually a Can-Am Spider so it was a type of motorcycle with 2 wheels in the front and 1 wheel in the back. Top of the line quality (Nothing but the best for David Gene).
As we were packing up to leave he gave me a little present which was a remote control helicopter that he had bought for himself a while back. He said "Everyman needs a helicopter to fly" so I received a helicopter that I'm planning ...