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Coming into Tennessee, traveling through the Great Smokey Mountains was a magnificent sight. The valleys seemed to be littered with cabins and small cottages something out of a painting in Europe. The rolling hills filled with brown and green while the shadow of the mountain range in the background gave it a natural appeal to the winding spaghetti highway I was on. One day Colleen, her friend Jane, and I, traveled ...
Day 1 - Friday night, we drove from spartanburg to gatlinburg and arrived at the river terrace. It was lightly snowing on our ride up and was it was still snowing when we got to gatlinburg. We got to our room and then went for a walk to get ice cream. We got back to our room for some nice fireside time and relaxing. Day 2 - Saturday we woke up late, had some pop tarts and researched for going to ober gatlinburg. After riding up ...
I've been unable to get access to the Inter-Web for these last few days as Jean hasn't got the service in her house so here I sit at the McDonald's in Clinton, TN for two hours while the girls shop the antique stores on Market Street in downtown Clinton. I've been here now for an hour or so, so it has allowed me to update the blog and get a bite to eat while they shop for those hidden treasures. I'm sitting here in the corner booth of McDonalds and if I keep my mouth shut, the ...
... her old house in Kingston and then on to my grandparents place of birth - Oliver Springs, TN. Coincidently this was also where Deborah's daughter went to high school - it was pretty weird that while I looked for information on my family's history at the local library, she was able to find Keli's yearbook from the year she graduated high school. It must really be fate that Deb and I hooked up, except there is a distinct possibility that we could be related now that I read some ...
Driven today: 349 km
Driven to date: 2594 km
Today Greg and I travelled through southern Virginia into Tennessee, with the Blue Ridge Mountains and then the Appalachian Mountains to our east. With sunny skies and colorful foliage, the drive was rather pleasant.
We are beginning to see more motorhomes on the road heading south like us, and quite a few heading north. Soon after we ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed