Toccoa Valley Campground
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... took Stewart and I to see the progress on the cemetery. I guess it was fitting to stop by and see Steve. We plan to meet Ashley and company just west of Nashville tomorrow. The next two days are lots of very long drives. It feels so good to be underway! There are so many people to thank because without them, this would never have been possible. Too many to mention but I am full of ...
... has always been presented to me on top of a sugar cone, with two different flavored scoops, beckoning me to remember what it was like to be a kid again. In fact, though I like it when a wayward butterfly or ONE ladybug lands on me, because it makes me feel special; I prefer the giggle that comes from powdered sugar tickling my nose. It’s totally unavoidable when biting into a beignet and it’s wonderful! Enjoy!
... 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.
... famed Amicalola Falls - 3rd highest in the USA and the start/end of the Appalachian Trail. And then hiked from the visitor center to the falls and back on two different trials. Maybe 3 miles or 1/1,000th of the famed Trail. Like spending 10 minutes at the Grand Canyon!
And then we discovered the boutique town of Blue Ridge where the new money from Atlanta hangs out over weekends and holidays. Great shopping and the ...
... to 300 acres, 200 of which is reserved for planting, but it is still a family owned business, four generations strong, and one of the three largest employers in the area. David said that the family still lives on the farm, but some of the land is leased to local farmers who sell their produce to Mercier Orchards. However, the farm does have something in the ground 12 months out of the year now, and so this is a year round working farm. ...