High Valley Rentals
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... was a great ride. I had a much more fun ride than yesterday; we all did. I think it was probably a mixture of having rode it once and also that we were on the inside for much of the ride today so I know at least that I wasn't as nervous. We stopped at the overlook at almost the end going North and met a great guy that had come over from New Zealand to ride. He flew to Atlanta and drove up and was headed back there now. He said he loves our roads and his wife and he did Rte 66 a ...
... were a number of twisty passes and challenging exciting riding to I-81. The pictures tell the story. In Pigeon forge, what once was a cow path is a busy honkytonk of amusement and hotel/motel/restaurants and fun. Dolly World isn't even visible from the main drag. I will have to come back to actually check it out.
As I was riding today, I was hoping that this effort will actually change ...
... a bit and eventually loaded up and hit the road again. We were nearing the end of the loop and would soon be back on the main road.
On the return trip, we had to backtrack along the park road for about five miles before we got to Highway 73, which would take us on the loop road that avoids the town of Gatlinburg and about half of Pigeon Forge. We really didn’t want to deal with the traffic again and it also took us through places we had not ...
... They are from Florida and had their daughter and granddaughter with them on the trip. They also had their two Harley Davidson motorcycles with them. We talked about motorcycle rides and RV issues as I was doing my unhooking. Part of the process for today was to sanitize the black tank since we were having a strange odor.
I drained the tanks, then started to fill the black tank so we could put some cleaner in and let it churn up during our ...
... rivers that run full. There is a demon plant, Kudzu, an import from Asia years ago to help control erosion, that is literally smothering everything in its path here and in many other states. Very large areas have the appearance of being covered in
a heavy green, leaf-covered net that masks the shape of everything it has covered. This vine grows at the rate of ...