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... aggressive nay. Mama Pony was not so happy. She appeared through the mist, ears pulled back and threatened. The baby pony was not so cute anymore... We all backed away but the baby pony took an interest in #1 Matt. He would quickly walk away and the baby pony would be at his heels, followed by the angry mama. It was concerning but more comical than anything.
When we got to one of the high-points of the park, the heavens opened up and we were all baffled! The ...
... for a bit, and I did, got swept by a current and got sucked under by a wirlpool FUN! there where also parts when the current would take us towards a boulder and then we would think we would hit it, then carry us away and towards another rock. Whilst we where swimming. The instructor also showed us a picture of when they go fishing in the river we was in - didn't realise 2 1/2ft long catfish was swimming under us! We are now on our way to the great smoky mountains to do something ...
... life in the past, then continued on our way. We followed the MST back to the intersection and turned right onto Bluff Mountain Trail (which is also the MST) and headed towards the campground. The Bluff Mountain Trail mostly parallels the Blue Ridge Parkway along its roughly 7.5-mile length. Along the way, we passed through some beautiful open meadows along the parkway with lots of wildflowers in bloom. There were ...
We arrived in Charleston, the capital of West Virginia, and as our main goal was to show the 35 star flag, we headed to the W V State Museum first. It was just closing, but we stated our intent at the front desk, and an e-mail was sent to the director, Charles Morris.
Close to Charleston was a beautiful campground located in Kanawha State Forest, where we chose to stay. Above us were tall trees and beside our tent was ...
Gail cooked a wonderful Sunday morning breakfast and we enjoyed a leisurely meal with much conversation. Jan and I headed back to Raleigh mid-morning. One really nice thing about main North Carolina highways is that they are mostly bordered by trees and bushes so you rarely see houses and other buildings. Up until very recently billboards were banned -- much more pleasing without all the advertising. After a last-minute check of RT, I started on my way home. Took I-40 ...