Oak Hill on Love Lane Bed & Breakfast
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... some of the folks stop to pet him. We went to the visitor center and on the stoop outside the door was a foot tall figurine of a Yellow Lab that said ‘Welcome’. I guess that means Harley can come inside, too.
Cheryl asked a few questions and then we went back to the Jeep to make our exit from the parkway. During our drive we saw lots of motorcycles, numerous cars and trucks, a few bicyclists and one small RV.
We were a ...
... and travel was slow, but we were not in any particular hurry, so it was not too bad. Cheryl continued to look online for fuel possibilities along the 70. After a few looks and deciding they wouldn’t work either, we finally found a large enough station in Morganton, NC that had diesel, and for about the best price we had seen. Ninety gallons later, we were back on the road and within a couple of miles we were back on the 40. We ...
... colored Blue Jays and Red Cardinals along with other unidentified birds. Then on our camping trip I was blessed to see a mama wood duck with a large family of baby ducks, want to talk about adorable! I also sighted a large frog and a baby snake when I was collecting fire wood. I am a firm believer that if you are one with nature, nature will be one with you and this is easily seen with all my animal encounters.
... distance. Then we went closer to the falls and climbed out on the very wet and slippery rocks along the side of the waterfall to get some pictures right next to it. An old log leaning against the side of the falls made for some interesting poses. When we had taken enough pictures, we rested for a bit and had a snack, enjoying the solitude at the waterfall. But soon, more people began showing up. So we started making our way back to the cars, passing quite a ...
... of route 191 and near the entrance of the Blue Ridge Parkway. There are five loops in the park and this time we stayed in the Big John Loop, which was shaded and we did have electricity but only one of two sites have electric in this loop. Bent Creek Loop across from our loop has about four sites with electric, Hardtimes Loop – no electric and the loop closer to the lake but you still have a long walk to ...