Comfort Inn Asheville Airport
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... parking lot.
We continued on the parkway and decided that it was probably best to exit the parkway before we got to Cherokee. We had been on the road for about 3 ½ hours and would have had another 14 miles to go to get to Cherokee. To this point we had logged about 71 miles. After stopping at the last visitor center around mile 450 we decided to exit the parkway at the next highway crossing at mile 454. As we were heading that way, we could see ...
... toast, bacon, sausage or ham, and a waffle. All for the low price of $6.89. Now that, folks, is a deal. It probably doesn’t have the endorsement of the American Heart Association, but I still like it. Cheryl, of course, can’t have anything here, but she came prepared with her own fare. I enjoyed what I had, and I ate it all. (With the exception of the toast, which I requested they not make.) I will now be good for another 8 ...
... some pictures before making the
treacherous climb back up. For the most part, it was all downhill from
here. When we got back to Daniel Ridge Loop Trail, we turned right to
finish up the loop and hike FSR 137 back to the car. Overall, it was
successful long weekend. Even with the difficulty in finding
accommodations, we still managed to get 17 waterfalls in three days. On
the way home, we had stop at Las Salsas in Morganton for a delicious
meal of ...
... on-ramp to I-40 west was blocked so we had to take a detour. We followed I-40 into Tennessee and got off at the first exit - 451 and headed into the Big Creek area of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The individual campsites here are not able to be reserved. I figured with the weather forecast, there wouldn’t be a lot of people camping. But I was wrong - the campground was almost full. There were a couple spots left, so we got site #8. ...
... Pisgah National Forest and followed this to the Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education. Behind the center, we got on the orange-blazed Cat Gap Trail (#120) and followed this for less than a mile to a short spur leading to Waterfall on Cedar Rock Creek. Although only about 20 feet high, this was a very scenic waterfall with the main flow coming down to the left and a smaller flow on the right. I’m not sure if this would have two distinct flows ...