Timberwolf Creek Bed & Breakfast
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... and bumper chair from the kids, and we of course have some leftover food, wine and beer from Edisto we feel we may just drink in Nashville. When those boxes are empty we will have lots of room. It is always good to set goals and have a mission.
Typical road trip we had to grab our coffee. We got our hot chocolate (stone cold) small, medium and large coffees at Krispy Kreme. We picked them over Dunkin Donuts. Why? Everyone knows that Kripy Kremes are ...
... where you can get a ride to Franklin, NC, I got my first bit of trail magic (I had been offered hot chocolate before but turned it down since I didn't want anything hot while hiking). I was handed a full plate of bacon, eggs and toast by an older couple who were manning a skillet, and shortly after another guy drove up with coffee for everyone. There were several other hikers waiting for rides, so there was a festive atmosphere, almost like a little party. Smokescreen, ...
Menu Item: Ham & Hash brown Omelet
Notes: Came with onions and 3 buttermilk pancakes also
Comments: It was good but not as good as I hoped. There wasn't enough substance to the omelet. The pancakes were just average.
Overall Impression: Below average omelet with average ...
Menu Item: Reese’s Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Pancakes
Notes: Chocolate and peanut butter filled pancakes, smothered in peanut butter, and whipped cream
Comments: Hands down the best pancakes I’ve ever eaten. The peanut butter is real Reese’s peanut butter and makes the pancakes. The whipped cream and chocolate sauce drizzle ...
... what it meant. As with Toby, we declined, being perfectly capable of getting our own water.
Randy was the opposite of Toby: confident, competent, and experienced, despite his odd accoutrements. After just a few minutes of conversation, I decided he wasn’t scary after all. In fact, he was a really good guy. In his fifties and living in Knoxville, Randy had been camping in the Smokies for decades and had lots of stories to share (none about falling down). He’s the ...