The Greystone Inn
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We got up @ 7:30 pm to make breakfast at 8:30 am. Lovely crepes with eggs & yogurt,bananas,grapes. Had a nice visit with other guests Marty & Bruce & then headed off to town to wander up & down Main street. Lots of nice little shops to look in. We had lunch in the City bakery on the back deck. Nice day today. Headed off after lunch on hwy #276 to get onto & drive a loop of the Blueridge Parkway. Stopped at just about ...
Got up about 7:00, got ready, had breakfast & checked out. Drove south & east through Chattanooga then up Tellico Plains to drive the Cherohala skyway. Winding scenic highway across the Nantahala National Forest. Very beautiful ... A paradise ride for motorcycles ( & there were plenty of them!) there was one section that went north off of it called the Tail of the Dragon. ...
These two weeks will be our 'down time' where hopefully we will just hang out and not be rushing everywhere. It's been amazing seeing everything that we have, but it's also exhausting!
There MAY not be a whole lot of blogging going on for a while, and now you know ...
... who had helped Esen.
After we were done, they took our findings to identify them. I appreciated that they sorted each type of stone into different small ziplocks and labelled them. Much more fun for us.
Then, we continued with the gem theme stopping at the Gem Museum in Franklin. Housed in an old jail, it offered a guided tour with free admission and gave all kids 3 polished stones each for free.
... some old logs across the creek. From here there is a big camping spot and then the trail crosses some old jeep mounds and follows a very overgrown logging road for a ways. I had been here in March and it was amazing how much different it looked with all the foliage and growth. Soon the logging road became less and less a trail and more of a bushwhack until it came out on another old logging road. We marked the spot with some ...