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... Atlanta almost two and a half times the distance). We did some back roads today and I have you say they were straight, straight, straight! Boring. The drive back from Roanoke will be on the freeway just as, if not more boring! Still we stopped a couple of times and took pictures of a couple of lakes. Driving through the Bible Belt proved to be interesting too there's a church of one definition ...
... or so, we got to Farlow Gap. There was a stake here and we were able to pick up Farlow Gap Trail (#106), which leads to the waterfall. This trail was much more cleared and blazed and a lot easier to follow. The trail was quite steep, but going this way it was heading down so not nearly as bad. However, it would not be fun climbing up going in the other direction. In about a mile, we got to Shuck Ridge Creek ...
... are we headed off....got lost again but made it to Iron horse ranch by 20.00.
This is the venue the motorcycle HUB gang had a big party last year which we had tickets for. well 1 year late and certainly no party happening.
we booked a lodge, visited the fire pit for a yarn with the other biker type campers. could not understand a thing but the gist is they like to shoot everything and ...
... started shouting at us. So American hillbilly that we could barely understand what they were saying but we did catch the words "YA GAYS!" We decided it was time to quickly leave before they got across the river to us. Continued on as late afternoon finally arrived in Asheville and checked into a posh hotel the ramada, discounted price meant we paid just $22 each!! With sunset fast approaching and being in the ...
... been waiting for—the animals! We saw millions of them in the Smokies. Well, not that many. Thousands. OK, a couple dozen. Heck, I could probably count them on my fingers and toes.
Let’s start with salamanders. We’d been informed that the Smokies are the salamander capital of the world, with more lungless salamanders than anywhere else on the entire planet.
On our very first day, within half an hour of starting out, we spotted a tiny orange salamander ...
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