Ten Oaks Bed and Breakfast

Address: 224 Love Lane, Waynesville, North Carolina, 28786, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 224 Love Lane, Waynesville, is near Stompin' Ground and Maggie Valley Opry House.
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Travel Blogs from Waynesville

Day # 7 - Bit by the BUG! The NC BUG!

A travel blog entry by chandlerhomes on Dec 22, 2014

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... on the weather and how Jeff feels, we may stop for the night, or we may drive straight through. We have REALLY enjoyed this trip to NC, Winnie did GREAT, once we got here, and we feel more energized and goal oriented than ever before. I guess you could say this trip has been great for our emotional and entrepreneurial wellbeing. Time to head back home!

See ya tomorrow!


Day #5 and we are in North Carolina!

A travel blog entry by chandlerhomes on Dec 20, 2014

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On the road again.... I COULDN'T wait to get on the road again...

We finally made it to Asheville, NC... Oh wait... you are probably thinking this leg of our trip went off without a hitch. That's funny.

Soooo... about 2 hours out of our destination, I called to confirm that the rental car place would be able to bring us a car. (this is how they (the campground) informed us it was done when ...

Roadtrip to Asheville

A travel blog entry by sam.pinsak on Aug 23, 2014

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... out the quirky shops and people. We even gave a woman (with a genuine Southern accent, finally) a ride to an AA meeting at a local church. Southern people are so friendly...
The drive back was so nice. Good talks, beautiful scenery (thanks to a wrong turn), and it finally cooled down. We ended the night with some BBQ, at a place that was truly hopping. It was so much fun. ...

Fellow Travelers

A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Sep 06, 2013

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... long I’d probably used up all my minutes for the month, but I had successfully changed the itinerary, not that it mattered since no rangers came by to check. We saw only two backcountry rangers during the entire eleven days we were on the trail: in the first two hours of our hike, and in the last two. This last ranger was listening to his iPod while on his way up to Shuckstack Tower, where he would take pictures to document whether or not it should be shut down for safety reasons. ...

Tennessee side of the Appalachians...Bears!!

A travel blog entry by mcgovern on Jul 29, 2012

1 comment, 53 photos

... when Andrew was 3 years old, his dad died and his mom wasn’t able to take care of him, so she sent him away to work at a tailor shop. After a couple years he ran away and married Eliza, who taught him how to read and write. From there, he began a career in politics which led him to the Presidency. After we left the home we went to Cumberland ...

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