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... at the Cherokee Reservation. It is very commercialised, lots of tourist shops, motels and the casino. We were dropped in downtown Asheville for dinner and went to the Wayside Diner. Finally got to hotel at 8:20pm. Saw the difference of Southern hospitality, they had complimentary cupcakes and cookies and breakfast is included down south. Although spent most of day sitting on bus, am very ...
Blue ridge parkway in the smoky mountains. Rode a stretch that was so narrow and as tight as anything on the dragon. Kent started the day with his shirt on backwards! Ha!! Cool up in the mountains , had to pull out a jacket! Great day! Heading out tomorrow back to Kentucky starting ...
... had just about stopped. The roads soon dried up and the rest of the ride was dry, we stopped off for a spot of lunch in Highland before we started to head back. Halfway back Marcia and I pealed off firstly to stop and take some pics and then to ride a dirt road up to the top of a mountain where there is a lookout ...
Our next stop for two nights, was just outside Gatlinsburg, which neighbours the Smoky Mountains, the most visited national park in the whole of America. We had driven around 6 hours that day to get there, and so that evening we took to one of the local fast food joints. Although the locals in there were horrific, the food was exactly what we fancied! The next morning, we had our sights set on the Smoky Mountains. A quick visit to the information centre, with a ...
She was right. We each lost about five pounds.
Our situation improved a little bit after our resupply on day six, with the addition of two more packs of jerky. One of them was mold-free, and we enjoyed (yes, enjoyed) every bite of it.
The best thing about trail food is not having to eat it any more. The longer we were on the trail, the more we dreamt of “real” food.
“If you could go to any restaurant tonight, what ...