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Travel Blogs from Maggie Valley
... so high. Troy left me there and continued on his way up to the top, the views were amazing. I was happy with what I saw from where I was sitting. We found out later that it was one of the strenuous hikes to do.
We were lucky enough to be in Gatlinburg when there was a car show in town, we have never seen so many muscle cars in our life, it was cool watching them cruise up and down the streets, hours of ...
... an escape from the humid areas of the plantations. The town boomed further in the 1880's as a recovery centre for TB patients. We had dinner in Southern style restaurant, Tupelo Honey Cafe, which promised an innovative take on traditional cooking. The reality was fairly bland food. Our hotel, the Indigo, is brand new and very ...
... mouse, clearly, but what was it doing? Whatever it was, it was quite noisy. Well, since I was awake anyway, and the pig had apparently moved on, I decided to get up to pee. With my headlamp on, I could see that the strange noise had something to do with my water filter, because it was bouncing.
On the trail, you have to filter your water, otherwise you run the risk of getting some nasty bug that will give you the runs, and I promise you, you do not want the runs when you ...
... the afternoon. (I napped, Chris read a computer book or something)
Tonight we had the Sach's over to our campsite for some Spaghetti Bolognese (or however that is spelled) Chris showed off his caveman fire building skills and also managed to throw away the brand new unopened box of Graham Crackers and Marshmallows we had purchased that day. Thank you very much sir.
Bear Spray "Check"
My Massive knife "Check"
Rain jackets "Check"
Expensive Hiking shoes "Check"
Marc and Louise went with:
Massive Camera "Check"
No water, No Snacks, No protection from the elements. These two clown's looked like they were going for a stroll along the beach rather than a hike. O well i thought when they start to suffer we can always ...