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... to CARRY the raft from the bus to the river. That sucker was HEAVY! Then the guide asked us where we wanted to sit. I said I didn’t care but somehow Mike and I ended up in the front. I wasn’t sure how I felt about that but I discovered pretty quick that the front is the splash zone and that water was C-O-L-D!!!!! Everytime we would go in the rapids I would scream (but ...
... was a poor state but I had not witnessed that until we hit some of the back roads. Then when we went to the Falls I have to admit I saw several pairs of overalls and some missing teeth – Hey I’m not being mean… I’m just saying…. Anyway, back to the Falls. They are called the Niagara Falls of the South. And since I have never been to ...
... with a coupon of course. Over dinner though, the advertising signs seemed to be growing on us, and the fact it seemed to be the place to do it, we stopped for a round of crazy golf! Taking the train up to the first tee, we started our round. But the less said about it the better to be honest, let's say I was very gentlemanly in letting Lois win by one shot... Anyyyyhhoo, we now had the bug for the activities, and made our way across the road to the go karting ...
... in the area offered up her lake house and boat to us today, so after building we all went to her house and it was glorious. The water was refreshing (and dirty), we ate, I finished my book (Orphan Train, it's great), ate some food, chit chatted and went on a boat ride. Today is Redding's birthday, he's a rider in the group, and he's claiming it was his best birthday yet. And I'm going to have to agree with him, today was a pretty great day. We headed back to host around 6:30. ...
Today was awesome. The perfect 40-mile, mostly downhill recovery spin through a national park, sprinkled with swim holes, creeks, and bridge jumping/rope swings en route. I joined Taylor, Jamie, Annie, and Alicia for this beautiful day and we cruised the first 20 miles, stopping briefly for some sunrise yoga with the the Great Smokey Mountains as our "studio." At mile 20, we joined up with the rest of the bike and build clan for some swimming and relaxing before riding about another ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed