Enota Mountain Retreat
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... 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 ...
Okay with a little over a week and a half I am trying to plan for this trip. I have scoured Pinterest for packing tips, money saving tips, and any other kind of tip I can find. I am trying to be creative with my packing. I am attempting to pack 2 weeks worth of stuff in a small carry on because Melinda's car is very small Looking at the weather now it appears the temps will be in ...
... wake up, more and more cars emerging on the interstate as the sun was starting to rise. It was a beautiful sight seeing the mountainous scenery. I arrived at the Hot Air Balloon Race just in time, the balloons were scattered on a field as families were working together setting up for the race. I got a good seat up front so I could ensure a good ...
... the majority of Lake Chatuge. There were huge RV's and mansions lining the banks of the lake all with private moorings and pontoons housing ski boats, jet ski's and fishing boats. The place was just unreal seeing all the holiday homes and its hard to understand how there can be so many Americans that just can just head off to their lake house for the weekend, or summer break.
We hired ...
We met Peggy's long time friend, Jack in Blairsville. Jack took us on a hike on Cowpen Trail to the summit of Cowpen Mountain which is 3852 feet in elevation. This trail is on the Appalachian Trail. We saw quite a few through hikers and talked to them. One had his dog who even had ...