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As we sit down to write this blog the sun has come out. Not the same when we left this morning, low clouds and rain. Well a couple days ago we were told by a lovely couple of a covered bridge in Madison county which they had seen that morning, they said this was the bridge used in the famous film. "The Bridges of Madison County" so we had to go, having been given ...
... this section of the Smoky Mountains is in Tennessee). There is a very steep trail way up to an observation tower at the summit and this gives 360 degree views. We did walk the trail but unfortunately it was quite cloudy so our views were certainly limited.
We stayed overnight in Robbinsville which is close to the most westerly point in North Carolina. Next morning another heavy windy pull up the mountains and we entered Tennessee, this time with a welcome sign so ...
... the various points to take photos.The weather was not particularly good so many of the peaks were shrouded in mist. We were advised to visit the Looking Glass Waterfall.It took us three attempts to find it, first we saw the Skinny Dip Falls. We reached it after a very hard hike, scrambling over rocks and tree roots, but we made it.Needless to say we did not go ...
... and since we were the only two home!) we went to Charlotte to have breakfast at my Grandma Pawli's (Grandma Mike to my kids) house and then Mom and Dad came over for dinner this evening. Yummy food and more talk of all that we need to do before we depart in just one week!!!! aaahhh!!! for Europe. Here's hoping I can accomplish all that is on my very LONG list of things to do!
bye for now!
... see High Falls on South Fork Mills River. We started off on South Mills River Trail (#133) for about a mile to concrete bridge. At this point, we got off the main trail and followed another unlisted trail that crossed Billy Branch and continued following the river. In about another mile, the trail appeared to end at the river. According to our directions, we needed to cross the river. The water level was not too high, ...