Pettigru Place Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... the cruise after the Camino, possibly avoiding the additional challenges we had from the virus we obviously contracted on board and had to deal with during most of our pilgrimage. Otherwise, our planning resulted in a unique adventure. It was fun, satisfying and challenging for us individually and enriching for our already extraordinary relationship with each other. Our planning for 2016 is well underway as we look forward to our next adventure and sharing it with our friends and ...
... making our way back. The climb back up was steep, but the switchbacks reduced the slope and we stopped to see some mushrooms growing along the way. After getting up out of the gorge, the rest of the hike back was pretty easy. Once back at the car, we headed south on US-178 and took Cleo Chapman Highway west as we headed to the parking area for Twin Falls off Water Falls Road. Not surprisingly, there were a lot of cars here. The hike is an easy ...
... in my opinion. I got some pictures here and then hiked back to the car. I started making my way home, passing through Hendersonville and getting on I-26. When US-74 split, I got off the highway in Columbus at NC-108. I turned on Houston Road and then White Oak Mountain Road. This last road, although paved, was extremely steep and windy as it switchbacked up the mountain. At a couple points, I had to come ...
... after. The boys played chess with Douglas and Angus before we had to leave. It was awesome to have those few hours of food and fellowship! I found a small little place online for us to have dinner in Asheville, NC called Eats and Treats. While we sat at dinner we came up for our new family rally cry (family focus) for the next few months and enjoyed our last vacation meal together. I have to give a shout out to Digger for and awesome job of packing and driving. There is ...
... hike in all of the parks; after all, there were 57 of them and some were in really remote areas. Along the way, two more parks were added for the current total of 59. Several, like American Samoa and some of the remote Alaska parks, we were pretty sure we'd never be able to get to. But we did.
On many of our trips in the last few years, when we would meet folks on our travels and tell them of our goal and the number of parks we'd visited, ...