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TravelPod Member ReviewsMentone Cabins
We have had some, magical, fun, restful and wonderful times at the Mentone Cabins, The cabins have been very clean with all the amenities of home plus a fireplace, a jacuzzi, and a hot tub. We've seen and enjoyed nature at it's best; watching squirrels and lizard, hearing all the different sounds of birds, of the winds blowing thru the trees, of the slow moving waters of a creek, and the train's whistle blow in the night. Also, delightful memories... being surprised by the sight of bats flying at dusk in the distance from our deck and all the beautiful star lit night sky's above. The fun climbing rock formations... laughing at ourselves, all the while taking videos and pictures. Yes, we truly have made memories at the Mentone Cabins!!
Yes, by all means, we would recommend these cabins to all those who are into making memories.
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Cassie flew in from Palm Beach, but didn't get to Atlanta until late at night
We went to eat dinner in the city
Got lost trying to find our car - Scary!
Ended up getting Steak and Shake
Drove to Cloudland Canyon and went camping with Alicia and Matt
Beautiful mountains and views!
Hiked down the canyon to the waterfalls
Went swimming in the waterfalls
So cold but ...
First day of our trip and pinching ourselves. Will be traveling with our longtime friends Ben and Maureen Judkins for the next couple of months. Spent this afternoon exploring bicycle trails and hiking to see the two waterfalls in the park. Took Molly on the hike with us and she loved swimming in the waterfall pool. We would have loved to join her but were not allowed. Heading to Cave City, TN ...
... or stay and risk getting wiped out... Not and easy one..
The chief that lived here from 1819 was called Major Ridge (he was awarded this title by Andrew Jackson for fighting against the British in the war of 1812) and he had a ferry, trading post, a plantation and he had slaves!!!! Wow, didn't see that coming...
On the 29th December 1835, Ridge and Andrew Ross (him of earlier visit) were some of the signatories on the treaty with the US to trade ...
When I planned this trip, this particular journey gave me all sorts of problems in finding anything, Civil War, Trail of Tears museums etc open on a Monday. They all seemed to be open Tues to Sat. So decided to just investigate Alabama and go cross country to Atllanta.
Left Chattanooga and my Satnav informed me that I would arrive in Fort Payne, Alabama, about 17 minutes earlier than the current time showed. Obviously, went back and forward in time today. ...
... around and took some more pictures.
On my return trip back to the west rim and my campsite I some how got off the trail. This ended up being one of the sketchiest hikes I ever did. Somehow, I got off on what looked to be either a game trail or an old hiking trail that had fallen into disuse. At the beginning, it was clear enough to look like it actually went somewhere so I followed it until it abruptly ended at a pretty steep drop off the face of the canyon. Apparently, ...