Vogel State Park Campground
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... country. It is cal Jim's Smokin' Que and I am going to say they had the best ribs we have ever eaten. Sorry Scott but it is true:)) They are only open Thursday, Friday and Saturday and they were packed for lunch today. If you are ever in the Blairsville area make sure you go and get some ribs!!
We also visited Blueridge, GA today. It is a nice little tourist town ...
... where we were only 5 min before closing, we managed to try 2 whites and bought one. Then back to the back deck at Lucilles for a drink and then to Nachochee Grill for burgers...nice place, nice people and yummy burgers. Then dessert at Lucilles of a very yummy chocolate. Cake with Strawberry Jam and Choc. Ganache.....I've gone to heaven. A chat with Erik and now to bed. Tomorrow we are off to N ...
... Carolinas. The mts are all treed and would be stunning in a few weeks when the fall colors are around. Then back on theByway...very twisty but very pretty...then through Cleveland to Dalhonega. It's an old gold mining town and now is the site of the Univ.of N. Georgia which I think is affiliated with one of the churches?? Perhaps Baptist or Presbyterian. We finally found a Starbucks for a latte as the other 2 coffee shops were closed on Yuesdays as were most of ...
Today started out cloudy and gray with a bit of rain....we started out touring the Univ. Georgia and then took a country road via Danielsville to Tococca and Tullulah Falls Sate Park. Trying to find a nice place for a latte/Cappacino we were recommended to go to Clayton by the park ranger to go to Clayton which is a few more miles north up Hwy 17.. There we found a very cute coffee shop called Grapes and Beans and had a wonderful Lattee and K+I had cappuccinos . We then ...
... road the next morning for Nashville! This was Blake
and mine’s last time breaking down camp for the summer. We camped 17 days in a
row for a total of 27 nights of camping!! It was bitter sweet, as we knew we
would not camp for a long time to come, but were excited to get back to
civilized living. Maybe we’ll be home soon, maybe we’ll become country stars in
Nashville…I don’t know. Love you all for following us on another journey. Peace
and Yee-haw folks ...