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... down. On the way up it started sleeting on my too. It would have been fun except for the pack, but afterward everyone agreed that even though it was hard, it was a good climb. At the top there was a firetower that you could climb that had amazing views of the surrounding area. It was really very beautiful, and we could see the mountains we had climbed before and nearby towns and roads.
We managed to snag spots at Long Branch Shelter (I really wasn't planning ...
We traveled from Aunt Peggy & Sheldon's house to Henderson, NC. I rode criss-cross applesauce all the way to our hotel. Mom drove. It rained the first half of the way.
Aunt Roz's family is from Hartwell, GA. We crossed over lake Hartwell on our way into SC. In SC, we went passed Clemson University.
Uncle Grady was a cheerleader for Clemson University more than 50 years ago.
We stopped at Cinco De Mayo ...
After a night in London we motored on over to Asheville NC. Oh yea, it was London KY, not the other one....Anywho, we found a funky little park right near the freeway that had some interesting rv's camping there. See Attached pic's. Anywho, we intended to just over night here, but found out that there was a big 'ol house to see, so we did...see it that is. The guy that designed and built the Central Park in New York ...
... hands finally unclinched.
It was strange rolling down the interstate without my backseat driver. I missed my travel pal a lot -- more than I thought I would, to be honest. We made a good road trip team, young William and I. He's happily at home with his papa, getting back into that routine. I made the right call sending him home early. I think the drive home might have been a little much for him. Want to leave this experience as a good ...
The origin of town names can be stories in themselves. This morning, we wake up in Fancy Gap Virginia, population 260. Fancy Gap has long been a major passageway between western North Carolina and southwestern Virginia.
Fancy Gap apparently got its name in the mid-1800s. Ira Blair Coltrane, a self-made engineer and a Colonel in the Confederate Army, was 15 years old in 1830 when he helped his grandfather drive loaded wagons up a steep ...