Echo Mountain Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... and think about our foreparents (Yes, that's a word. I just made it up.) in many generations taking it on by foot or by horse. Those people had to be in killer shape. Nature's gym. A lot to be said for that...
Darkness has settled over the mountains now. But there are still kiddo voices ringing out, along with rapid footsteps. I think there's a passel of boys in the rooms above me. And their patient parents. Nature sounds abound. And all is right with the world.
... As expected, there were old worn warehouses which artists had occupied and set up shop. They left the commercialism behind and focused on the art. It was wonderful to see them at work! Nellie got to go with us on our adventure to Chimney Rock & Lake Lure. She bounded up 26 flights of steps only stopping to allow us to catch our breath! The views were spectacular from the top. We then took a path to the ...
... The hammock is wonderful! Maddie found her lab self and won't stop swimming and fetching sticks!!! Sam loves the tall swing. Found courage to jump in the water midair and having a great time. "Mom, this is a slice of heaven!" July 14 -Found the gorgeous backtrail that the artists created. As if we discovered an enchanted fairy land. Trolley tour and had a lot of fun. Didn't realize Asheville was so 'big.' Love it even more. 5 ...
... to see updates, pictures, and find out what we're doing next! I will attach our group's blog to a later post so you can get to know the wild clan I will be surrounding myself with for the next 72 days.
Once more, my sincerest gratitude to the amazing support you, friends and family, shown these last few craaaazy months. I've been wanting to do this trip since February, 2013, and finally it's actually happening! Till next time, homies.
... we'll have to save that for yet another trip. It was warm (in the mid-80s) and partly sunny, adding to that "smoky" look these mountains have. They get their name from the Cherokee, who called them "shaconage" or "blue, like smoke." Climate, moisture and other elements result in the smoky appearance. But there is one sad fact here: Pollution has diminished the appearance and long-range views of the mountains by as much as 80 ...