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Travel Blogs from Flat Rock
... we chose this method of travel. The area reminded us of the road to Hana on Maui because of its dense green surroundings and windy roads.
We did a couple of short hikes around some of the viewpoints. At one, we saw a lot of cars parked in the lot. We figured it must be something special since most of them had a car or two in them. We found a space and got out to see what the draw was. One couple we ran into said that there was a creek with ...
... toward the I-40, where we will once again head west. We ended up getting off the 77 before we got to the 40 in search of some fuel. The station we saw didn’t have the access we needed to get in or out, and worse, there was no onramp back to I-77. It appeared we were very close to I-40 anyway and also saw the 70, which parallels the 40. So we went with that and it was a much more scenic road anyway. We went through a number of ...
... some pictures before making the
treacherous climb back up. For the most part, it was all downhill from
here. When we got back to Daniel Ridge Loop Trail, we turned right to
finish up the loop and hike FSR 137 back to the car. Overall, it was
successful long weekend. Even with the difficulty in finding
accommodations, we still managed to get 17 waterfalls in three days. On
the way home, we had stop at Las Salsas in Morganton for a delicious
meal of ...
... We rode Doc on a Thrift Store Trail one day and hit every thrift store up and down the coast. Outer Banks has some great thrift stores! We took the ferry once more to Ocracoke, we hiked from our campground to Hatteras LIghthouse which was about a 10 mile round trip hike- but unlike some long hikes on our trip, this one was of course F-L-A-T.
It was a leisurely stay in the Outer Banks and it was hard to go - especially knowing ...
... weren’t the only ones who missed the turn. We headed back to the campground and found the double blaze and got on the blue-blazed Caney Bottom Trail (#361). In about ten minutes, the trail split and we took the yellow-blazed Cove Creek Trail (#340), which leads to the falls. In about ten minutes or so, there was a side trail that leads steeply down to the waterfall. Despite the crowds near the campground and trailhead, we were the only ones at ...