Black Mountain Inn
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Another early morning. Had a waffle for breakfast. Very yummy. Left Virginia and crossed into Tennessee. After a morning break we crossed into Tennessee. Stopped for lunch at a Cracker Barrel in Sevierville. As this is birthplace of Dolly Parton we stopped outside the town hall to take a photo of her statue. Then travelled through Pigeon Forge which is the town before Dollyville. It is just ...
... A resort soon blossomed on the spot, with two hotels and a golf course sprouting near the railroad station. Within a few years, though, Clinchfield discontinued passenger service and the resort withered, its demise quickened when a highway was built through nearby Gillespie Gap.But the railroad gave direct birth to the Orchard. Recognizing an opportunity, the Clinchfield planted trees on several hundred acres. Once ...
... lost in conversation with two fellows who each owned two Vincent Black Shadows and an Egli Vincent (this is the bike equivalent of owning two original Degas and a Freud). Meanwhile Jo was getting the life story of Charlie who made his living riding an Indian Scout on the Wall of Death at county fairs. Some days are priceless.
Maggie Valley left us in a good mood as we rode the last of the Parkway and headed into the Smoky Mountains. We rode some of ...
... my hours when possible. As the date got closer to by my plane ticket God held firm in his plan and I had enough money in my checking account to buy my ticket with a buffer (though small) left.
It is amazing to see how God planted a seed and how it has grown roots and getting ready to sprout. Only elven months ago I was telling God I would never go to Israel and now I have a plane ticket and will be flying out one year later. He ...
... get up from my nap but I did. We went to drive the other side of the parkway headed east this time. Although it was still quite cloudy we did get a breakthrough of sunshine. One thing I wish the parkway had were some signs. It is so empty and I get the “natural” aspect to it but you just really have no idea how far you have gone or where you are and the worst part is that since this damn government shutdown nothing is ...