Gragg House Bed and Breakfast
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... equated to odor to the smell of coriander. It is a sucking insect, native to China, Japan and Taiwan, but was accidentally introduced into the U.S. in 1998, and causes widespread damage to orchards, fruit and vegetable crops. Maybe we should collect them and send them back to China in payment of our national debt! Wendell says stink bugs were around when he was a kid, but they must have been a different kind, since all the sources I ...
... 2 drinks for the price of one. So a very cheap night we had indeed. Quite a few of the bars we have enjoyed have had these deals going on. They are usually on certain days of the week or certain times of the day. Just another version of a "happy hour" I guess. That's about it for our night in Boon. No photos this time either as it was too difficult to grab a snap in between the trees, and the rest of the trip today was just interstate ...
As most of you are aware Sheila and I depart at the end of this month for two months in Europe. We have signed on with this travel blog and will send comments and pictures as we move around. Should you not desire to receive these, just let me know and I'll delete you;). There should be a picture here of some idiot up a pole.
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... br> Mountain.
Very near Sugar Mountain & Grandfather Mountain, with great views of
both, as well as Banner Elk, Blowing Rock, Boone, Tweetsie Railroad,
Linville Falls, Linville Caverns, Little Switzerland, the Blue Ridge
Parkway, Bristol International NASCAR Speedway, Roan Mountain,
Tennessee, & Virginia.
Full kitchen with all utensils & appliances, including microwave,
coffeemaker, etc., cable ...
... 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 ...