Snowbird Mountain Lodge Bed and Breakfast
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... other side of the tree.. But he wasn't, the tree had a big split running down the center of it and the bear backed butt first down into the hollow tree. I took all the pictures i could until it became evident he wasn't comin back outta there until we left him alone, so we did just that... Now if we can find lori some snow to see (which they claim we may be getting this sunday coming) our trip will be ...
... and sherry in the back seat didnt handle the curvy mountain road so good. Thought we would never get to flat ground. Finally got to a little smoother ride on NC 129 then had to come down the mountain again from Blairsville. nobody likes the GPS anymore.............
We have pictures here from 2 cameras and the cell phone, If it looks like some pictures are the same they kinda are.
... level was a little low and much of it was obscured by foliage. Nonetheless, it was a pretty waterfall that doesn’t require much effort to see it. Continuing on the trail for about a half-mile, we came to a split and turned right on Indian Creek Trail. Almost immediately, there was a spur trail to the left that led down to a view of Indian Creek Falls. It’s a 20-foot cascading waterfall ...
... Creek. Although its not a tall waterfall, maybe 15 to 20 feet high, it’s as wide as the creek and very scenic. The long hike (about five miles one way) and remote location keep most visitors away so we had the falls to ourselves. We sat along the big rocks at the base of the waterfall and ate lunch and got some pictures of this beautiful waterfall. When we were finished, we made the hike back to the ...
... trail, it took us about fifteen minutes to reach the nice 60-foot waterfall. It is named for Rufus Morgan, a reverend from the area who loved the Southern Appalachian mountains and hiked to Mount LeConte up until his 90s. We got some pictures at the waterfall, then finished the loop out back to the car, for a total of about a mile. We then backtracked to Wayah Road and continued on this road, past Nantahala Lake and Nantahala River Gorge. We turned right ...