Old Stone Inn
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... through. The trail was pretty rustic and was only maintained by people walking the path constantly. It was not improved in any other way, except for the stairs that is. The last part of the trail to the water was pretty steep and slippery.
Harley, with his four wheel drive, had no problem traversing the rocks and tree roots. I just had to be careful he didn’t drag me along as he went. When he wants to get somewhere quick, he can really go. ...
... try. We loaded up Harley and hit the highway.
The drive was about 45 minutes and on the way we passed a sign that said we were entering Transylvania County. There was no mention of Dracula so I think we will be safe.
Just as we pulled past the Brevard city limit sign it started to sprinkle. By the time we got parked in the downtown area, it was coming down pretty good. Cheryl was looking for a toy store that she had ...
... after getting into a AMGA class to grow in my skills and get certified. ...which if I had the money I would until then i'm good just helping out on the rock.
Fun animal sightings.... God has been good to me over these days to the point where I got to see multiple animals. I started out by watching two cows play fight by headbutting/ ramming one another up and down a hill. I then got to see many different types of birds ...
... waterfall. There was a bridge at the top of the fall which had the water crashing over it, but gave beautiful views even if you did get wet feet. There was a climb down to the bottom of the falls for the most adventurous explorers and as always this was Simon. The views however, made the climb and the element of danger worth it. We then descended back down the trial and back to the car.
We had read about a ...
I woke up this morning to the smell of the fresh air blowing in our open windows, and the sound of birds chirping in the trees outside. It felt just like camping, only a lot more comfortable! But what a great way to wake up in the morning! We started the day with a cup of hot coffee and a home cooked breakfast out on the deck out back, and Art had to admit this hostel thing isn't such a bad deal after all! We decided to ...