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... that we didn’t see any wildlife. We heard a few birds singing but that was all for critters. The ranger did say that there was usually one sighting of elk or bear each day.
We took Highway 19 to leave and it took us through a place called Maggie Valley and then north to the I-40. (A shout out to our friend Maggie-Camden’s mom, and our grand-niece Maggie, Alan’s daughter… we stopped to take a picture of the welcome ...
... for a couple of nights so we can see the Biltmore Estate and also do some touring on the Blue Ridge Parkway. We didn't make reservations anywhere because we were trying to be flexible due to the air conditioning situation. We are watching weather and working on a plan to have the A/C looked at. So we decided to check out a place when we arrived in Asheville and hope they had some space available.
Our route today would be the ...
... 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 ...
... on the 20 min. Drive....Tonight was the monthly Gallery walk with free wine and snacks so we fully participated in several locations. One store called Theopolis was very nice...unusual clothes and accessories. We checked out several places to eat and settled Om Marcos for pizza....yummy and not too $$$ We ended up in the NB playing Rummikub and enjoying Klaas' scotch for the rest of the evening..tomorrow we will explore the Blue Ridge Parkway if the weather ...
For the last week of March, Sandy and I headed to the mountains of North Georgia for a “spring break” trip to hunt waterfalls in a new state. We had gotten Waterfall Hikes of North Georgia by Jim Parham as a guide and our goal was a total of 50 waterfalls! Saturday morning, we left early to get a start on our waterfall hunting. We were camping the night at Jones Gap State Park in South Carolina and stopped in Saluda, NC ...