Americas Best Value Inn - Jonesville
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Our stop in King was a trip down memory lane for Kent! He grew up in King, NC and we got to see lots of friends and family. Our camp site had a beautiful view of Pilot Mountain. In the Andy Griffith Show it was called Mt. Pilot which was the town outside of Mayberry. The Dairi-O serves the best Carolina style hot dog ever and it was our first stop for lunch! It use ...
- Met a friend from Cradock High, George Weaver, that lives about 2 hours from Boone, NC. We met half way in Wilkesboro, NC for lunch. Such a delight to see a friendly face from the past.
- The drive from Boone to Wilkesboro was incredibly beautiful on Hwy 421.
- Please excuse the pictures which were taken with one hand while I drove with the other in the ...
... walking Thursday night we saw two couples and yesterday we saw someone walking a dog but other than that it was almost a ghost campground. Jerry said he thought part of that could be caused by the fact that there are so many park models meaning permanent people. Still it was a nice campground centrally located and we would definitely go back again. It had a nice pool but we didn't take advantage of that.
Weather was ...
... We had drank a lot hiking up. Then, we continued following the trail, crossing the parkway several times. At one spot, it crosses the parkway at Low Notch, a nice spot with scenic views of the gorge and foothills below. Up at this elevation, we saw more rhododendron and flame azaleas than mountain laurel. After passing the closed gift shop, we got off the trail and hiked up past the lodge to Wildcat Rocks Overlook and stopped ...
So I miscalculated a little bit on just how long it would take to drive the BR Parkway.
Two and a half days was not nearly enough.
Day one was fogged out in any case, but day two was gorgeous. Too many places to stop and take in the scenery. Still, a peaceful, almost zen way to travel: no traffic lights, no traffic, no 100-foot signs, just smooth sailing along quiet, open road. A few cyclists working hard up the hills. ...