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We pulled into a very small six spot park and picked out our spot next to a babbling creek that was nestled up to the Pisgua National Forest. It was a beautiful, peaceful spot. We stayed very busy here visiting the Biltmore, Chimney Rock, Lake Lure, downtown Asheville, River Arts District and East Asheville, The weather cooled off a bit into the mid 80's and being cradled between the mountains, our campsite was even cooler with ...
... to get our bags packed and ready to go. Once we had all our things packed and relatively ready to go, Joe took us to Starbucks inside ingles. We relaxed there, updating the blog. Joe bought the movie White House Down to watch when we got home. When we finished the blogs, we set off to the Dollar General to pick up snacks. This is where we found the diamond in the rough. We found the movie Surf's ...
... Jelly. We tried all the
jam and jellies then left for Pigeon Forge. We drove around for a
Go-Cart place to stop and have fun. We found one, stopped, and
checked to see the prices. They gave us a great deal and we started
racing. It was going good until last lap when Connor got sandwiched
between to carts. He got slammed, hit his head on the pad of the
cart, then went ...
... us up and got us ready for
the down stream adventure that was awaiting us. Even Joe was excited.
Some of us were nervous because we had never gone white water
rafting. We had to take a short trip to where we would push off on
our trip. The group was split into two. One group going with Monica,
the other Jeff. During the majority of the trip the rapids were slow
and uneventful. However, when we came upon the level 2 rapids, things
got exiting. Even as far ...
... walking on the streets of downtown and just perusing through the various local stores. While the others went to see Biltmore, a few of us stayed behind in downtown Asheville. Encounters with strangers included meeting a monk who was staying in a temple near the town. This particular monk was passing free booklets on the practice of yoga. Shortly ...