Caney Creek Village
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... was thankfully a lot less
than it has been.
We also met Doug, Heathers husband, who
had been working shift work so we hadn't met him the day before. I
made sausage rolls to add to dinner which everyone seemed to like and
then after dinner we had smores around the fire pit. The kids went in
after a bit but the adults stayed and chatted until after dark. So
nice to be able to stop and connect with people, we all had a ...
... bushwhacking. I did manage to find some pretty flowers along the trail, though. We finally reached a split where the Connector Trail leads back to Naked Ground Trail near the beginning. We instead opted to finish Jenkins Meadow Trail at the road leading to the Memorial Forest and walking on the road back to the parking area. The hike had taken longer than expected and we had a long drive home, so we immediately departed once ...
This past weekend, we headed to the Lake Santeetlah area in far western NC and eastern Tennessee for some wilderness hiking. We left Friday after work and drove out to the Robbinsville area, arriving shortly before sunset. We set up camp at Cheoah Point Campground and watched the last daylight fade over the lake before going to bed. In the morning, we woke up early and headed out. Early morning clouds on Lake Santeetlah were very pretty ...
... is half wolf/ half German Shepard. She really is a great woman! She knew a lot about philosophy and the Buddhas, Indian fires etc. she is an extremely positive person and finds it very hard to judge or criticise anyone. It made me very envious of how she loves life and is truly happy every minute of the day. After our conversations she made you feel so positive and grateful for everything. She had set up with her ex husband for us to go water rafting that morning, he owned ...
Our group: Lisa, George, Eric, Brian, Eddie and Ryan
We wanted to leave by 8 and actually got on the road somewhere between 7:30 and 8. According to Googlemaps and our GPS it was supposed to be just over 10 hours. It rained, heavily at times, and with the trailer it took us about 13 hours including an hour stop for lunch at Chili's just before the Virginia border. We arrived at ...