Miss Caroline'S Country Cabins
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... of rhododendron, walls of them covering this mountain range and from them come the tall straight soldier like hardwoods reaching for the sky. The mountains in every shade of purple to grey are stunning. With every stop we make at view points we leave knowing each was better than the last. The mist comes up through the mountains, looking like smoke, silly Robert it is not the smokers at all! We are so pleased we took this route.
Of course Robert played ...
... I was a bit bemused, but appreciative.
The local hiking club was hosting a lunch at a new brewery that was opening up, so we headed there for free hot dogs and chips and the like. Sadly, the brewery doesn't actually open until the end of April so no beer, but still: free lunch. Afterward, we headed to Outdoor 76, a local outfitter, to get some gear with some other hikers we knew. All up and down the trail we had heard that the shoe guy there was some sort of ...
Menu Item: Ham & Hash brown Omelet
Notes: Came with onions and 3 buttermilk pancakes also
Comments: It was good but not as good as I hoped. There wasn't enough substance to the omelet. The pancakes were just average.
Overall Impression: Below average omelet with average ...
Menu Item: Reese’s Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Pancakes
Notes: Chocolate and peanut butter filled pancakes, smothered in peanut butter, and whipped cream
Comments: Hands down the best pancakes I’ve ever eaten. The peanut butter is real Reese’s peanut butter and makes the pancakes. The whipped cream and chocolate sauce drizzle ...
... someone had spilled something on the floor of the shelter that attracted birds. Having birds eating in the shelter offended Randy, so much so that he attacked them with his walking sticks whenever they flew in until they finally gave up. I’m guessing Randy believes that animals have their place, and that place is not in human territory, such as trails and shelters. I’m not like that, though I can understand the logic of killing a venomous snake and discouraging bears ...