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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... tents shortly before sunset.
The NOC was a pretty cool place. It seemed like a sanitized wilderness experience, and I don't really mean that in a bad way. There were signs and guides keeping people away from the real thing, and while that sounds negative, sometimes that's all you want. It was tempting to just stay there and experience the outdoors through their lens, maybe take a kayaking trip or go ziplining, but, as the poem goes, I had miles to go before I slept. But ...
... I love my down quilt, but I just wanted something a little more substantial with us heading into the Smokies soon. I'll probably send the bag home and get the quilt back after it warms up a bit. All of it came in under $400, so I guess that's something. We also met up with Mooch there since she finally caught up with us. We dropped our purchases back at the room and went to eat at a Mexican restaurant we had heard was good before bed. We were happy to be in town in a warm room ...
... be hitting North Carolina in a couple days and the Great Smokey Mountains National Park shortly after, so we have bigger mountains in our future, and probably colder temperatures. I'm about ready for summer already, but it'll be at least a couple weeks before it starts warming up.
Day 6: 18.9 miles, Tesnatee Gap to Cheese factory site campsite
Day 7: 13 miles, Cheese factory site campsite to ***** Creek Gap
Day 8: 4.5 miles (nero), ***** Creek Gap to Plumorchard Gap Shelter
... it is named the Fontana Hilton because it has a functioning shower and toilets that flush! For hikers this is luxurious living. Not to mention, a guy by the name of Fresh Grounds is doing Trailmagic tonight and all day tomorrow. He makes tons of foods for hikers, which is the most amazing thing you can do for a hiker after they've eaten freeze dried food for a week straight. So I'll have a hot shower ...
... my own thing when I hike, so I was given the name Cruise Control (Cruise for short). Georgia was fun, but challenging. There were a lot of climbs where you think you would be at the top only to turn the corner and see that you still have a quarter mile of uphill to go. Needless to say I was thrilled when we crossed the border into North Carolina 2 days ago. It was ...