Black Bear Cottage in the Woods of Maggie Valley
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... 00 a person. Unfortunately because of the long wait we just did have time to ride the scenic chairlift to the very top before they closed it down. By the time we got up to the top it was dark so didn't see the view so much and it was cold up there. There was a ice skating rink inside and some shops etc. Was a nice trip but if you go try goin when its not so crowded and start ...
... from pretty much anywhere in the cabin. We spent a couple hours with them Christmas day at this cabin and went back again Jan 3 to hang out for awhile. This is really a beautiful place.
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Although I am sad to be leaving Nashville, I am thrilled to be on my way to my final destination. I have been having some pretty expensive breakfasts at the resort so today had pancakes from McDonald's for only $2.19. For lunch I had Chick-Fil-A for $5.95. For dinner ...
... at the visitor center to take a break and hand out
some tops. Some of the people were receptive and enjoyed our company,
however there where those who denied us. We knew it was ok though,
because they were not denying us, but the Lord. After we handed out
the tops, we hit the road for the mountains. We made it to Newfound
Gap. We got out and took in the sights and ate an early ...
... told us how to tell if a bear has been hanging around a shelter: “They stink worse than wet dogs. If one had been in the shelter, you'd still smell him four hours later." He told us about encountering a large male bear who sat leaning against a tree on the trail. Bears usually run away when humans approach, but this one just eyed Randy nonchalantly. Despite the bear’s apparent disinterest, Randy wasn’t about to saunter past it, after all the trails are narrow, and you ...