Laurel Mountain Cabins
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This trip was just to get away, unwind and relax. Came back here to see the friends we made last year. Been playin cards, the girls have done a couple puzzles etc... Went to Blue ridge to the Blue Ridge Community Theater and watched a play "Miracle on 34th Street". Was very entertaining. Spending a lot of time with Randy & Sherry, Francis & Gid, Bill & Norma, Johnny & Brenda and david. Took a day trip ...
... try, Zev went back up to try again. I told him exactly what I did and he got it! It was awesome!
We met a couple of strong climbers on that side of the mountain that were really nice but we had to head out soon after because we all had a long drive back.
Overall the climbs were really fun but it was disappointing to see all of the spray paint and trash laying around. So, I have officially joined the Southeaster Climber's Coalition, and hope to do a clean up there soon! ...
... we had to cross the creek where Sassafras Creek flows into Snowbird Creek and turned right at the split to stay on Big Snowbird Trail. We continued following the trail for about another mile and stopped for a brief detour down to Big Falls on Snowbird Creek. It’s not a particularly big waterfall and we couldn’t get to the base for a decent shot, so we didn’t spend a lot of time here. Back ...
... 19 and then took US-129 into Robbinsville. Our home for the night was Simple Life Campground. After setting up our tents, we headed into town for dinner at El Pacifico Mexican Restaurant. The food was decent, but it just seems weird eating Mexican food without beer. Robbinsville is in Graham County, which is still dry. After dinner, we made a small campfire and took showers at the campground, our last opportunity to bathe on this trip, and then went to bed ...
... way back towards Highlands. Picklesimer Rock House Falls was our last planned waterfall, but it was still early enough in the day that we decided to get a couple more. We stopped at an overlook along NC-28 on the way to Highlands. Across the gorge, we could see Lower Satulah Falls. Although it’s over 100 feet high, viewing it from across the valley is not too impressive. Unfortunately, it’s all private property ...