Black Bear Cottage in the Woods of Maggie Valley
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... delicious, and we left with those little "hats", crazy place!
The weather cooperated as we travelled along, temperature rising from 16 to 24. The clear blue skies would be perfect when we reached the Smokey Mountains. The driver makes the rules and decisions while they are in the Captains seat. He announced "Did you know you have to smoke in the Smokey Mountains?", he has a dry wonderful sense of humour. We prepare for this event, what else is there ...
Menu Item: Ham & Hash brown Omelet
Notes: Came with onions and 3 buttermilk pancakes also
Comments: It was good but not as good as I hoped. There wasn't enough substance to the omelet. The pancakes were just average.
Overall Impression: Below average omelet with average ...
... little something extra that you're always looking for in every meal. And what looks like a scoop of ice cream on the side (how glorious would that be) turns out to be enough butter to drive a Cadillac through a dog house.
Overall Impression: Most amazing pancakes I've ate in my entire life. Wish I lived closer so I could partake more.
... 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 ...
... Her children ran wild, clambering along logs and up the hill behind her. Pausing to drink from the stream, she didn’t even caution them to be careful and stay away from hikers. Not that she was aware of our existence, or if she were, she didn’t let on.
Initially, I tried to take pictures, but with all the trees in the way, that proved difficult, and I wanted to see the bears with my own eyes anyway. As I watched them amble along, sniffing at this tree ...