Misty Mountain Inn and Cottages
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... of places to shop and eat. Suzanne and I had been there about a year ago but decided to see the town again.
We have enjoyed our stay and may even come back here for a visit. Tomorrow we move on to Mistletoe State Park in Appling, Ga. for 5 days before slowly getting back to Port Orange.
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Today we woke up to a gloriously sunny day...not a cloud in the sky and the temp was up to 76 which is very nice. We had Greek yogurt with spiced blueberries and walnuts with Pumpkin Bread, then a quiche and Coconut muffin...very yummy!! After. Real fast we sat in the sun on the deck then Inez and I were treated to a very nice relaxing massage at the Spa. We chatted with Claire for a while and then ...
... to find Anna Ruby Falls but drove right past and ended up north along Rte 356. So we had to swing around through Lake Burton ...a very pretty long lake with many fingers of land so lots of coves.. Would be great for a kayak or canoe. We then drove alone the arussell-Brasstown Scenic Byway to Brasstown Bald...the top of the highest mountain in Georgia at 4700 ft. We took a shuttle to the top and checked out the vistas. You can see 4 states...Georgia, Tennessee, North ...
Today started out cloudy and gray with a bit of rain....we started out touring the Univ. Georgia and then took a country road via Danielsville to Tococca and Tullulah Falls Sate Park. Trying to find a nice place for a latte/Cappacino we were recommended to go to Clayton by the park ranger to go to Clayton which is a few more miles north up Hwy 17.. There we found a very cute coffee shop called Grapes and Beans and had a wonderful Lattee and K+I had cappuccinos . We then ...
... br> Not knowing what to expect, we spoke with the ranger to get a feel for
the trails in the area. There was a 2.5 mile loop which takes you up the river
to view Amicalola Falls. Once at the falls, there is a stair case which takes
you to top of the falls and then we would head back through a trail deeper in
the forest. We decided to hike to the falls and play it by ear after seeing the
stairs. The trail was very lush and green. The rain the previous night made ...