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Travel Blogs from Blowing Rock
... time on the road in daylight hours. We turned the alarm off at 7:30 this morning, kept sleeping, and didn't end up leaving til after 9. After hitting the road however, we were fortunate enough to be driving once again under blue skies. We headed straight back to the Blue Ridge Parkway and continued on our journey South. We took a stop in the morning at Otter Creek for a short stroll. Rocky Knob was our stop for lunch. We then crossed the border ...
... Appalachian Trail
Ping pong tournaments
Home brewed pumpkin spice beer
Strolling down memory lane, catching salamanders
Good times with wonderful people!
... sticking up from dense vegetation and providing a beautiful contrast. Almost immediately, we saw the Sphinx rising out from the canyon floor among the dense vegetation. Towards the end of the trail, we saw the Camel, another rock formation that looked surprisingly like the animal. Altogether, we stopped at a three or four spots to enjoy the views and get some pictures and then took the trail back up to the MST and took ...
... morning, but warmed up a little bit as the sun came out. After breakfast, we headed north on NC-181 towards the top of the gorge, making our first stop at the US Forest Service parking area for Linville Falls. It was still a little chilly, but before starting our hike, I took off some layers as hiking in the sunshine would warm me up. We started off down the spur trail to the main Linville Falls Trail and turned right. Shortly, ...
Very cold in the mountains this morning. Add fog amd rain to the mix and it's kind of in pleasant. Then again you get views like below and it seems worth while. The goal is to get to Roanoke VA today. It seems optimistic given we've hon only 50 miles in 90 ...