Blue Mountain Mist Country Inn and Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was a great ride. I had a much more fun ride than yesterday; we all did. I think it was probably a mixture of having rode it once and also that we were on the inside for much of the ride today so I know at least that I wasn't as nervous. We stopped at the overlook at almost the end going North and met a great guy that had come over from New Zealand to ride. He flew to Atlanta and drove up and was headed back there now. He said he loves our roads and his wife and he did Rte 66 a ...
Lots of Pictures- Get a feel for the road. I took I 77 west to the tunnel which crossed into West Virginia and took SR-598 to Bluefield where you see the first great vista. 598 hits 19 s to Tazweil where Rt. 16 starts, "The Back of the Dragon". Wow what a ride. I followed 16 to Rt. 58 at the Log Cabin Store in the pictures. Rt. 58 was a surprise because I was expecting rolling curves and country riding ...
... or two lanes, but with three lanes in each direction and it’s still a mess, well you get the idea. It was nuts. Neither of us had any idea that this area had all of this stuff and it certainly explains why the road is always so busy.
I also saw more pancake places than I have ever seen in one day, all on this road. I don’t know what it is about pancakes, but they had two IHOPs, and then one of every possible name of pancake house. We ...
... dinner ready. I am going to barbeque chicken and she is going to make her gluten free mac and cheese, sweet potatoes, and corn. Sounds like a good summer dinner. A glass of wine to top it off and we are good to go.
Let me take this time to tell you a little about Sevierville. Sevierville was founded in 1795 and incorporated in 1901. Its present population is just over 16,000. The city was named after John Sevier who was an American ...
... a day, and has played havoc with farming.
There are numerous Civil War forts and battle sites in Tennessee, but we will save the history lesson for our visit to Washington, D.C. in a few more days.
trailer brakes, fixed; flat tire, fixed; stubborn slideout, under control. Minor stuff for 3362 ...