Hot Springs Log Cabins
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... 160; By the time we reached Lake Lure and the Inn it was raining but we went into the inn (where part of Dirty Dancing was filmed) and viewed their spectacular collection of upright music boxes (think big cabinets!) and extensive collection of art. The owner of our little park was so nice and even brought us some fresh vegetables from his garden. We spent a wonderful last evening visiting over a campfire with our park neighbor, ...
... to get our bags packed and ready to go. Once we had all our things packed and relatively ready to go, Joe took us to Starbucks inside ingles. We relaxed there, updating the blog. Joe bought the movie White House Down to watch when we got home. When we finished the blogs, we set off to the Dollar General to pick up snacks. This is where we found the diamond in the rough. We found the movie Surf's ...
... br> lunch we had a short devotion and headed to Gatlinburg. The trip in
all took about an hour and a half. Gatlinburg was very crowded, the
streets littered with shops. We got out to look around. Joe surprised
us and bought us all ice cream. We left to go walk the streets of
Gatlinburg and see the shops that lined streets. After, we got in the
van and went to the Smokey Mountain ...
... will make being outdoors more enjoyable for everyone!! Tuesday April 8, Need to kill some time before arriving in Hot Springs, so going to stay at Standing Bear Hostel one more night. Really tired of staying in "towns", and after my visit in Hot Springs - I plan to keep out of towns for now on. But for now, it is either hike only 7 mile days (That would drive me nuts!), or zero here and do 10 mile days into Hot Springs - I think I can deal with 10 ...
... Center, which is a non-profit that serves children ages three to 12 with preschool, transitional kindergarten, an after-school program, out-of-school care, and holiday and summer camps, so with record attendance, proceeds were also fantastic.
Some highlights from this year's festival:
- Story telling by North Carolina resident Amy Allen, author of Summoning the Mountains. Amy hiked the A.T. in 2006, and you all should definitely check out her ...