Prospect Hill - A Victorian Bed and Breakfast
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Another early morning. Had a waffle for breakfast. Very yummy. Left Virginia and crossed into Tennessee. After a morning break we crossed into Tennessee. Stopped for lunch at a Cracker Barrel in Sevierville. As this is birthplace of Dolly Parton we stopped outside the town hall to take a photo of her statue. Then travelled through Pigeon Forge which is the town before Dollyville. It is just ...
... small BBQ restaurant in Cashiers, a town not far from Brevard. This is the most typical southern style pit BBQ place we have managed to find, and the food and atmosphere didn't disappoint.
After the last of 7 waterfalls, we made out way back to our accommodation for a quick rest, before heading back into town on the hunt for white squirrels. Damien had read that the best place to see them is at the local college, so we walked into town. On the way we found 2 squirrels on ...
... hard work trying to keep up with Bob and Tom on their KTM's as it was very slippery in places but the BMW coped well with the trails especially the dry hard packed gravel, Tom was quite surprised to find me hot on his tail.
It's our last night here with Bob and Jude, I can't believe we have been here 10 days and ...
... sadness, I transferred the jerky to the garbage bag. “Our problem is, we put it in a pack, we didn’t leave it on top of a fridge.”
Anyway, no jerky for us, at least for the first half of the trip.
You are such a foodie that I feel like I should tell you all about what we ate and drank on the trip. The problem is, trail food, for us, is nothing worth writing home about.
Mostly we ate prepackaged dehydrated meals, though this year ...
... 10 seconds before we finished loading the car and, vaulting inside, we headed back to Congaree National Park.
As we drove there, we travelled in and out of the torrential rain, but were fortunate enough to get to the park under one of the only patches of sky that was only lightly spitting.....Heck, there were even the odd patches of light as the sun attempted to pierce the cloud cover. We quickly grabbed the raincoats and started off on the ...