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Travel Blogs from Alcoa
We have had to luxury of planning for about 6 weeks. We were taking a tour, but had to cancel due to a traveling companion having a knee problem. Luckily, we had travel guard insurance so filed a claim then started a whole new plan.
We have never been on a cruise so decided we might as well try it now.
Highbury & Islington / Arsenal
After DC we hired a car from Knoxville and headed to the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee. We stayed in a town called Gatlinburg and the only way I can describe it so that everyone understands.... It's like being at Disneyland without the rides but all the attractions and fast food restaurants that you could think of. It had so many mini golf places, Ripley's believe it or not attractions, cars from movies, old fashion ...
... Carrying your trash around with you in the backcountry can get pretty disgusting. Rotting food bits and used toilet paper don’t smell good, at least not to me (a bear might think differently). And it was heavy—my garbage bag weighed close to a pound by this point. One of my incessant worries had been whether or not A Walk in the Woods would relieve us of our garbage or force us to carry it another forty miles. Now, the dual burdens of my worry and the trash were lifted from ...
... the afternoon. (I napped, Chris read a computer book or something)
Tonight we had the Sach's over to our campsite for some Spaghetti Bolognese (or however that is spelled) Chris showed off his caveman fire building skills and also managed to throw away the brand new unopened box of Graham Crackers and Marshmallows we had purchased that day. Thank you very much sir.
Bear Spray "Check"
My Massive knife "Check"
Rain jackets "Check"
Expensive Hiking shoes "Check"
Marc and Louise went with:
Massive Camera "Check"
No water, No Snacks, No protection from the elements. These two clown's looked like they were going for a stroll along the beach rather than a hike. O well i thought when they start to suffer we can always ...