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... Valley was a cute little town and it was nestled between two tall mountains. We passed a motel and saw that the parking lot was full of these three wheeled motorcycles. It appeared to be some sort of organized rally. We had seen a number of these on the parkway and I had seen a couple of them in the past, but I thought we should stop to take a look.
These machines, called a Slingshot, are made by Polaris – who also makes ATVs and snow ...
... 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’ ...
... 8217;t too hot today, so didn’t seem
bad. And the mountain laurel were in full bloom along the trail, which
made for a beautiful sight. In a little over two miles, the trail split
– Daniel Ridge Loop Trail continued to the left and Farlow Gap Trail
(#106) went right. We turned right, initially climbing steeply up via
switchbacks as we got above Right Fork. The trail curved around a
ridge, crossed Daniel Ridge Creek, and then curved around ...
... as it is set back into a huge chasm with gorgeous cliffs and rocks all around. The pool at the base of the waterfall is a great swim hole, but it was way too cold today for that. It was getting late, so we headed back up and decided to call it a day. Heading back to Cashiers, we stopped for hibachi dinner at Yoshi Steakhouse and then headed back to the hotel. This was our last night at the hotel, so we were sure to take advantage of the hot tub one last ...
... out for dinner at an Italian restaurant and I couldn't believe the price difference between here and NYC... Everything is just way over priced over there! Tonight I had a main dish of spaghetti which cost only $6.70. In NYC you would pay probably about $20-25 for something like that! It's been a quiet night here but I've enjoyed skyping my family! I am just loving the farm life... Don't ever wanna live back in the city! Really enjoying my time here so ...