Oak Hill on Love Lane Bed & Breakfast
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- Free parking
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... We had to go only around 12 miles, but it was a special 12 miles, to an extent: we finished up our first state. About four and a half miles after the shelter we hit the border, which was marked with a small wooden sign that simply said "NC/GA." Even though finishing up Georgia is fairly meaningless -- it doesn't change how many more miles I have to do or anything -- it still felt fairly nice. I said good riddance to Georgia and it's many hills and continued into ...
The Smokie Mountains were nothing short of amazing. I couldn't have asked for better weather. After me and Stealth (Will) took a zero day at Fontana Dam we hit our stride. My knees are finally started feeling better so we were able to pick up our mileage and usually hiked between 15-20 miles a day. I can say with certainty that I gave ...
... the grounds at this place. All 200 plus acres of it. The house had 40 servants on staff at all times, has 40 bathrooms and a bunch of other stuff. It boggles the mind, to say the least. All this opulence for just 3 people. Yeppers thats the amount of folks that lived here. I was told that they entertained a lot tho. That justifies things, I guess. Who built it ?? Why the Vanderbuilts of course....Next stop----Clio, ...
... I walk five miles a day," she told us, "and work out at the gym for an hour and a half three times a week." I wondered how she found time to do that. Turns out she didn't have a job. Her husband, however, had two.
"This is my first vacation in years," he admitted to us later.
After she was finished talking about her doctor, she made sure we knew how experienced she was with "hiking," as she called it. I don't know if she meant backpacking or not. She did her hiking ...
... and we continued to the park. Since no one else had arrived yet, Sandy and I headed to Cosby for dinner at Carver's Apple House. I had eaten here before and knew it would be a good dinner. By the time we made it back to the Cosby camping area, most of the rest of the group had arrived. We set up the tent and then hung out around the campfire for a bit before getting to bed.