Lily Creek Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... two bedroom cabin had all the amenities, idyllic setting and not another soul to be seen or heard. It even had TWO hottubs! Saturday we had a lazy morning and took off to the villages nearby. A couple of little craft shops and a wander around a homecraft festival was interrupted by a 5 minute rain shower, and we took off to sample the local vineyards 'produce', which was lovely (and free!). lunch ...
... a bear canister, which virtually no one on the trail has. The hike was pleasant even though it was overcast and misty. It kept the day cool while we hiked, although all the mists blocked the views. Lance Creek was crowded since everyone was stopping before the bear canister section, but Smokescreen, Co-ed, Mooch and I all ended up right next to each other and hung out with everyone until dark. It was a very festive atmosphere with so many people there.
The last push to ...
... the Blue Ridge railway line. Our choice was the #1 B&B on most travel sites: Aska Lodge. The owners, Ric and Janet deserve the accolades as Aska Lodge lives up to it's reputation. Terrycloth robes, bamboo linen, specialist breakfasts and incredible hosts made it an unforgettable experience.
And so we headed back, filled with fresh mountain air, southern hospitality and life long friends from as far as Germany. All in a week. ...
... yellow money") was chosen as the permanent county government seat. Congress approved Dahlonega as one of the nation's branch mints in 1835. Its last year of operation was 1861. The mint building was donated for the newly created North Georgia Agriculture College (now North Georgia College and State University).
The Lumpkin County Courthouse was built in 1836 and is the oldest surviving courthouse in Georgia. ...
My name is Julian. I am a hike guide and Store Manager at a store called BaseCamp Adventure Outfitters in Bernardsville, NJ. I am planning on hiking the entire Appalachian Trail, beginning in Springer Mountain, Georgia and going the 2,000 + miles to Mt. Katahdin in Maine. I will be gone for about 6 months. I will provide periodic updates and look forward to my life in nature.