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Yes, I love Sapphires, but I also love Sapphire, NC. This place has amazing weather as it is crisp in the mornings (58 degrees) and remains about 70 degrees throughout the day. There are golf courses every 10 miles are so, among private lakes. After a day of exploring Whitewater Falls and a scenic drive we ate at great brick oven pizza at Sapphire …
Shhhhh. Can you hear that? Listen... it's the sound of silence. Wait -- there's some laughter. Tree leaves clapping together, egged on by the wind. A fly buzzing by. Kiddos playing a game of tag up and down the rolling terrain.
Nary a ping or blip or bleep in the air. All natural noises.
Including this conversations, of which I only heard one side, that of what I'm guessing was Mom:
"We're on a mountain. You can run around. Climb hills. Climb ...
... happens to be a favorite throughout the youth group. When we got home, we popped in White House Down. Most of us decided to go play outside, while the others watched the movie. The movie was over and we jumped straight into dinner. We had a ton of different food to eat, including hot dogs and chicken to name a few. After dinner we had a very insightful time of worship in which we all took part ...
Today was a very eventful day. We woke
up to a breakfast with cereal and Pop-Tarts. Our plan for the day
was to go up to the mountains. After that we would go into Gatlinburg
and pigeon forge to shop and have fun. When we finished with
breakfast, everybody got ready to go. We all hopped in the van and
started off on our adventure. On the drive there, it began to rain.
We decided ...
... who had helped Esen.
After we were done, they took our findings to identify them. I appreciated that they sorted each type of stone into different small ziplocks and labelled them. Much more fun for us.
Then, we continued with the gem theme stopping at the Gem Museum in Franklin. Housed in an old jail, it offered a guided tour with free admission and gave all kids 3 polished stones each for free.