Oak Hill on Love Lane Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... but it was still cold in the morning so much ice remained on the road. After about 2 miles, we got to a hill and the car was unable to drive up, so we parked at a pull-off and hiked the rest of FSR 140. It was a steep hike up the gravel road and then back down to Courthouse Creek. Across the bridge, we got on Courthouse Falls Trail (#130) and hiked to the falls. The orange-blazed trail follows Summey Cove Trail a short ways and ...
... Brevard to our home for the weekend - Falling Water cottage, a rental just east of Pisgah Forest. It certainly had an appropriate name given our adventures for the weekend. After checking in and unpacking the car, we headed into town for dinner at Twin Dragons China Buffet. After a long and strenuous day of hiking, the buffet really hit the spot. After dinner, we headed back to the cottage and went to bed ...
... that just became an REO (bank owned property.) It looked pretty interesting, especially for the price, so we sent the info to Jeff's Grandfather to get his perspective. And wouldn't you know, he knew the old couple who used to own it, they passed away, left it their son, who ultimately lost it to Foreclosure. As a matter of fact, Grandpa and Mary Lou have been in that house before! ...
... out the quirky shops and people. We even gave a woman (with a genuine Southern accent, finally) a ride to an AA meeting at a local church. Southern people are so friendly...
The drive back was so nice. Good talks, beautiful scenery (thanks to a wrong turn), and it finally cooled down. We ended the night with some BBQ, at a place that was truly hopping. It was so much fun. ...
... pads and bear cables and, well, that’s it. If you were lucky there’d be a wet log to sit on. But Smokemont was “front country.” That meant it was designed for RVs and car-campers. When putting together our itinerary, I’d deliberately avoided staying there because it sounded noisy and unpleasant. Now, after four days of living in the wilderness, images of vending machines and Coke products tempted us back to civilization.
Jen and I dropped our ...