Blood Mountain Cabins & Country Store
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... country. It is cal Jim's Smokin' Que and I am going to say they had the best ribs we have ever eaten. Sorry Scott but it is true:)) They are only open Thursday, Friday and Saturday and they were packed for lunch today. If you are ever in the Blairsville area make sure you go and get some ribs!!
We also visited Blueridge, GA today. It is a nice little tourist town ...
... where we were only 5 min before closing, we managed to try 2 whites and bought one. Then back to the back deck at Lucilles for a drink and then to Nachochee Grill for burgers...nice place, nice people and yummy burgers. Then dessert at Lucilles of a very yummy chocolate. Cake with Strawberry Jam and Choc. Ganache.....I've gone to heaven. A chat with Erik and now to bed. Tomorrow we are off to N ...
Today we woke up around 8:00 and went downstairs for breakies around 9:00...we had Spiced apple pancakes, juice and coffee and then a very nice frittata with salad and goat cheese filling and little pork sausages.The day is sunny but with scattered cloud and it's only around 22. We started driving to Helen which is a kitschy Bavarian village but hasa charming old country store where we bought ice and 2 of the largest oatmeal cookies,plus 2 apples and some peanuts. Then ...
... local French bistro. We had fresh trout with potatoes and asparagus. The fish was. Rey nice but there were only 2 small quarter potatoes and 4 skinny asparagus for 28.00 ...so not the best valued meal. But when we returned to Lucilles there was yummy chocolate cake and oatmeal raisin cookies and quite good Keurige coffee. Tomorrow we will follow a drive to Brasstown Bald past more waterfall and then explore the local pottery/art galleries and vineyards.so nighty night ...
... bellies until we couldn’t eat anymore. We shared stories of our trip and Lynn
and Rob caught us up on life back home in Grayslake. We were just finishing up
dinner when the rain hit, and it poured! We packed up just in time to avoid the
heavy rain and then hung out in Rob & Mom’s nice big tent for a group party
until the rain slowed enough to call it a night.
The next day we set off for Amicalola Falls State Park which
was about an hour south of ...