The Last Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Last Resort Blue Ridge
Comfortable cabin, clean, spacious, well stocked (kitchen utensils, bathroom, linens). Love the hot tub. Pleasant reception over the phone and upon arrival. Rustic setting. Feels secluded, yet safe/secure. Perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle.
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... if you decide to go there, surprises await you like Martin’s General Store. The country store sells local fresh produce like asparagus and tomatoes, along with fudge, and soda in those classic vintage bottles. Let’s not forget to mention, the hand-dipped ice cream. Google it to get its most updated hours of operation, but it is open Monday through Sunday.
Ball Ground may not be big on size, but ...
... a bear canister, which virtually no one on the trail has. The hike was pleasant even though it was overcast and misty. It kept the day cool while we hiked, although all the mists blocked the views. Lance Creek was crowded since everyone was stopping before the bear canister section, but Smokescreen, Co-ed, Mooch and I all ended up right next to each other and hung out with everyone until dark. It was a very festive atmosphere with so many people there.
The last push to ...
... for your business on the main drag. I also happened on a real gold pan - just in case for future use. We were lucky to make the acquaintance with the owners of Aska Lodge, a premier bed-and-breakfast just outside of town. Words cannot describe our stay so check out the photos.
Lasting memories: curvy drives along mountain sides, downed forests due to ice, hiking trails with surprises around every corner, good food and a private tub in our log cabin.
... for many years and decided to head for the mountains for a change. But mountains and Florida are not quite synonymous. The nearest was either South Carolina or northern Georgia. The Appalachian Trail has always held mystique since meeting a through hiker many years ago. So we headed to Georgia and Mile 1 (or Miles 1,146 pending where you start).
Dahlonega, GA is an old mining town in the mountains and a perfect setting ...
... br> David thinks that the farm has been so successful, because of its variety of apples and Georgia’s more moderate climate, which affords the farm the opportunity for the apples to stay on the tree longer. “We can pick earlier and stay in the market longer than some other farmers especially those growing in colder climates up North.” David also said that he thinks people like to know that their food is locally grown, ...