The Yellow House on Plott Creek Road
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... on just about every corner, grand ones and plain ones. On the way we had a hilarious time listening to country radio which played all the great "classics" such as "She thinks my tractor's sexy" and an old favourite "I don't have you but I've got my chainsaw". Yes seriously! Soooo funny! We've got business meetings tomorrow and then we'll go for a bit of an explore later in the evening before ...
... the Art Loeb Trail (Section 2) towards Pilot Mountain. In the past, it was possible to drive up FR-229 to near the summit, but this road has been closed due to unstable condition. So we had to make the extremely steep climb up the Art Loeb Trail. To make matters worse, the trail was incredibly overgrown, so for much of the climb, we were practically bushwhacking through dense vegetation. And of course it rained ...
steve - Left Marion and set off on using the interstate for a few miles then enjoyed fabulous scenery through the Blue ridge mountains.
made it to iron springs for lunch and a gang of Hardly dangerous riders trucked up. And then the heavens opened, proper Spanish type downpour.
we were in a nice bar so it was really tempting to stay and hit the Ale for the afternoon but proper adventure riders ...
Added another fast food joint to our ever expanding list. Waffle House for breakfast where they frantically make your food in front of you as you sit round the open plan kitchen and watch the chaos. Left the place topped up on sugar and feeling stressed from just watching them all try get their orders in first so they increase their chance of getting a tip. Still, only costing us $5 for a big breakfast can't complain. Drove ...
... life that exist in the park. Yes, there are six. When I was a kid, there were two: plants and animals. When I went to college, there were five. Now there are six: Prostista, Archaea, Bacteria, Fungi, Plants and Animals.
If you don’t mind, I’m not even going to pretend to understand what Prostista and Archaea are. Bacteria, I know about. I’m absolutely certain that Julie and I encountered millions, if not billions of them. They were in the dirt, on our food, ...
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