Misty Mountain Inn and Cottages
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... going back to their house for drinks, where Ellie announced she was pregnant! Celebrations and bubbly followed, along with random (unsuccessful) beer-run adventures and random Vimeo videos of a guy called Al that...can't really be explained... Morning brought the next driving leg, towards a mountain cabin outside a town called Helen. Helen was explained to me as a German town in the foothills of ...
... people just had longevity in their genetics. Elizabeth lived through a time when slavery was rampant, then a civil war, the abolishment of slavery and it's aftermath, World War I, and women's suffrage, just to name a few historical events. What a powerful century to live through! I can't help but wonder what Elizabeth was like, her view on slavery and politics, and what passion might have kept her kicking for so ...
Heading from Dahlonega to Blue Ridge takes you through national forests and beautiful country side. Every now and then a surprise 'small town' beckons with antique an store or outdoor market.
Who knew that the Amicalola Falls is the second highest in the USA (after Niagra). It is a must to stop at the Amicalola Falls State park for a number of reasons:
1) The water fall
2) The hiking trails
3) This is the start (or end) of the ...
... cooking as a personal chef prepares the most fantastic southern meals.
Greater Dahlonega boasts a number of wineries and we visited Monteluce Estate & Winery. The whole farm has an Italian theme and La Vigne is a 25,000 sq. ft. restaurant above the wine press room. They produce excellent wines and a menu to match. A great place to celebrate a special occasion or to stop by just because. A quick drive will take you ...
... River. We finally found a sign for the swinging bridge trail and
pulled down county road 816. Well, this road was crazy! We were told earlier to
drive roughly 3 miles down the road to find the trail head parking lot. This
road was all gravel with deep pot holes filled by orange, muddy rain water. On
the drive,some of the hills took you straight up an incline which you couldn’t
see in front of you. All of the curves were around steep ravines with no guard