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We continued on the parkway and decided that it was probably best to exit the parkway before we got to Cherokee. We had been on the road for about 3 ½ hours and would have had another 14 miles to go to get to Cherokee. To this point we had logged about 71 miles. After stopping at the last visitor center around mile 450 we decided to exit the parkway at the next highway crossing at mile 454. As we were heading that way, we could see ...
... large and then there were some others that were, shall we say, dumpy. As it turns out, Brevard is a city of 5 square miles and has a population of around 7,600. It serves as the county seat of Transylvania County. I love that name.
On the road back, we stopped at a cemetery so Cheryl could nose around. So, now it’s me, Cheryl, writing now. I really have an odd attraction to old cemeteries. Not sure why but looking for ...
... after getting into a AMGA class to grow in my skills and get certified. ...which if I had the money I would until then i'm good just helping out on the rock.
Fun animal sightings.... God has been good to me over these days to the point where I got to see multiple animals. I started out by watching two cows play fight by headbutting/ ramming one another up and down a hill. I then got to see many different types of birds ...
... not to push on after a long visit at the Biltmore and took up residence in yet another Walmart parking lot, this time in Weaverville, NC, just north of Asheville. I introduced Dad to the Dollar Tree store and after making fun of me at first, he is now a convert.
We are getting to know the rig better every day. I finally figured out how to activate the ...
We've heard that phrase quite a bit, as you might expect! Every time we hear it, it's said with a smile and always good to hear. The folks here are all very friendly and talkative, adding to the sheer beauty of the Smoky, Appalachian and Blue Ridge Mountains we're enjoying so much.
We spent the better part of Wednesday in Great Smoky Mountain National Park. We could have spent ALL day there and more, but ...