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... in northern
Maine. I can’t believe that people have actually traversed the entire mountain
range by foot! Most people have averaged roughly six months to complete the
rugged trip… a bit longer than our trip.
Kelsey’s mom (and now my mom-and-law!) Lynn and Rob were
about two hours ahead of us at our next campground Morganton Point, in
Chattahoochee National Forest. We pulled
into our site and were greeted with hugs and kisses. It was ...
... Not much different than here. Think layers... Trying to get our itinerary down. Going to England and trying to figure out what to do is overwhelming. There is SO much to see. The crew signed up for Skype accounts. This way we can communicate. We practiced last night with us all in different rooms. If you ever want to know just how bad you, look at yourself through your chat ...
... wake up, more and more cars emerging on the interstate as the sun was starting to rise. It was a beautiful sight seeing the mountainous scenery. I arrived at the Hot Air Balloon Race just in time, the balloons were scattered on a field as families were working together setting up for the race. I got a good seat up front so I could ensure a good ...
... backpack. The hiker said, "If he wants to come, he has to carry his own food." We sat on a flat rock and ate our lunch.
Our dinner was at Oti Japanese Steak House. We enjoyed the food, and service was good. We had our upside down pineapple pie for dessert when we arrived ...
We drove to Blue Ridge which is about 30 miles north of Ellijay. We walked around the quaint town and froze. According to the internet, the temperature feels like 41 degrees, and the wind is blowing. We visited several places here. We ate our lunch at Blue Ridge City Park in the center of town where there are picnic tables and benches.
We then proceeded to McCaysville, ...