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... Indian Shelter to Long Branch Shelter
Day 11: 7.3 miles, Long Branch Shelter to Winding Stair Gap (into Franklin, NC)
Day 12: Zero in Franklin, NC
Yet another note: So I finally got on an actual computer, but it's not reading the photos in my camera when I hooked it up, so still none yet. I'm taking them, though, I promise. I went back and fixed the map points for the other entries, though, and I went ahead and listed the miles for each day as someone asked me to do.
... my own thing when I hike, so I was given the name Cruise Control (Cruise for short). Georgia was fun, but challenging. There were a lot of climbs where you think you would be at the top only to turn the corner and see that you still have a quarter mile of uphill to go. Needless to say I was thrilled when we crossed the border into North Carolina 2 days ago. It was ...
... to the left, leading down to the falls. Courthouse Falls is a pretty 45-foot waterfall nestled in a cove with high rocks walls surrounding. A thick layer of ice surrounded the narrow chute of water on both sides. We got some pictures here and then hiked back up. We continued hiking down FSR 140 to the gate and then continued past the gate. In about three-quarters of a mile, the road ends at a Middle Waterfall on Courthouse ...
... sky framing the mountains ranged from yellow to pink to purple. It is hard to put in to words how breathtaking it was, pictures do not even do it justice. It was a truly majestic experience.
Unfortunately the next day was not so nice. The temps were okay but everything was covered in a thick fog, I guess that is why they call them the Smoky’s. Upon Dan’s suggestion we were going to take the Alum Cave Bluffs Trail which ...
... drive to the trail Marc inquired what our longest hike to date had been (Worrying question i thought). We informed him that 6 miles had been our longest. "O" he said "Today we are doing 8 miles". Poor Marc and Louise, I didn't have the heart to tell them that they should probably have chosen a shorter hike to be their first one. My concern grew for our hiking companions further as we started our walk. Me and Les had come prepared:
2 liters ...