Starr Crest Resort
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... point in TN and the third highest east of the Mississippi. Unfortunately when we got up there we were in the clouds and could see very little. We did meet an interesting guy up there though. We got into Cherokee and wanted to stop somewhere. Due to the lack of other places we ended up at the Casino. We all lost some money (except Eddie) and drove back to our house for a late dinner. Overall this has been an excellent trip. No one got hurt, no bikes were damaged and we are all ...
... of a family, or a vet, or patient, or family member or friend. Seeing this land of ours up close and personal, on a bike/motorcycle/HOG, makes me HOPE (Gilda's Club T Shirt I have on today) the families this campaign is benefiting will allow them to live life, experience the thrill of travel, and live past the burdens of fear. I hope I can make a difference and I thank all those that are making it happen. ...
... we kept him just watching.
We moved on from there and eventually we found a spot along the road that had easy access to the river. We knew Harley would want to get in so we unloaded him and took him down to the water. The cold didn’t faze him a bit. He wanted to do more than we would let him since he had to stay on his leash. He played for quite a while and Cheryl decided she would take her shoes off and wade in with him. He seemed to like that ...
... which was backed up for quite a ways. It took several minutes to actually get off the ramp and there were police officers directing traffic at the intersection. Must be a temporary problem. As we headed south, the traffic coming north was backed up for nearly a mile. This place didn’t look like it would generate that kind of traffic to me.
We saw a sign for a Great Smoky Mountain visitor center and we pulled off onto the shoulder, which was ...
When exploring an 1800’s farm, we spotted a nice fat muskrat sunning himself on an aging, hand-hewn wooden board.
More fireflies entertained us last night. They appear at dusk after a rain, and since RAIN has been the name of the game, those little lightning bugs were very busy. We’ve enjoyed the fragrant magnolia trees ...