River House at Chimney Rock
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... built as two different projects and managed by two different National Park Service units. The Blue Ridge Parkway was built to connect Shenandoah National Park to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Begun during the administration of U.S. president Franklin D. Roosevelt, the project was originally called the Appalachian Scenic Highway. Most construction was carried out by private contractors under federal contracts. Work began on September ...
... right there.
I waited in the Jeep with Harley while Cheryl headed to the toy store. It quit raining after a few minutes so Harley and I went for a walk around the downtown streets. Cheryl wanted me to check out the store too, so we switched places and I went to look at toys. The store was packed from floor to ceiling with boxes and packaged toys. They have more Lego sets than I think I have ever seen. It was a kids’ ...
Monday morning, we had breakfast at the hotel and then packed up our
stuff and checked out. We headed back to Pisgah Forest one more time.
On FSR-475, we continued past Cove Creek Group Camp and parked at the
trailhead for Toms Spring Falls. There are a number of primitive
camping sites along FSR 137, so the parking lot was almost full. After
getting out stuff together, we hiked across Davidson River on the
bridge and turned right on FSR 5046. It was just a ...
... the rocks so that we could get to the top via a tunnel that led to an elevator (commonly know as 'lift' for ya"ll Brits over thur in thee ewe knighted king dome). Just as well cos I didn't fancy carrying Steve in his wheel chair up there. Someone said, the lift went up the equivalent of 43 floors. When we got out of the lift we walked into a cabin come souvenir shop and then along a walkway out to a viewing platform. This was on ...
... State Park, the predetermined stop for the day. We were pretty taken aback when at the ticketing booth we discovered the price of admission, a whopping $18 each! We looked at each other in horror but decided "yeah let's do it, it'll be the only admission fee we pay today so we need to just suck it up".. We paid and were handed a few bits of info and a CD. The CD was an informative audio tour which narrated to us all the important historical info relevant to the ...