Comfort Inn South
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... picnic tables. "Picnic tables" seems to have been a bit of an exaggeration, but we did find one, and we sat down to enjoy our turkey and cheese and tomato sandwiches, only to have it start raining in earnest in about 10 minutes. We hoofed it back to the car, me still noshing on half a sandwich as we walked, and we finished our picnic from the front seat, watching the Canada Geese swimming happily around in the river.
After lunch, we headed ...
... is rather treacherous in places. It is very narrow, and in a number of places, your outside foot is inches away from the river, on a path little more than a foot wide. The last quarter mile, the ONLY part of the trail with identifying blazes (at least they existed in the direction we were walking; I did not see any in the opposite direction, though I checked a few times. Perhaps they were there but not anywhere near the ones in our direction. Who ...
... while we’re driving. And if the batteries all die, I expect to manage. The great social-connectivity generational divide embodied in Warrior’s Path State Park overflow campsites 107 and 109.
We do not have plans for Saturday yet, other than attending the Kingsport Mets game against the Bristol Pirates. This is a rookie league game—should feature all kinds of goofy ...
... Cheryl with dinner.
We had an early dinner and sat inside today for a change and finished it all up quite quickly, must have been hungry. Tonight, Cheryl and Dave had arranged for us to try "Smores", which involved roasting marshmallows, placing them and Hershey’s chocolate between two gram crackers, holy heart attack! So we had this little fondu looking set and roasted marshmallows around the table with our sticks and had some fun making Smores. I think ...
... amazing (according to Dave), which meant that we had to walk about a mile uphill. This was obviously nothing for Aaron and I as we have put our bodies through the second largest canyon hikes in the world, so we feel prepared for anything these days haha. So us young ones smashed through it and met Dave and Cheryl up the top. There was a large bee/wasp nest right at the Tower and had been told by some previous walkers that they got ...