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... met BOB who was looking for some buddies to follow on the trial. He was in a jeep so we pulled away but 2nd turn went wrong. caught bob up a little way ahead. Met a farmer Dude in the middle of no where, nice guy called Titus.
headed for nearest town, can't be rushing these ...
... the majority of Lake Chatuge. There were huge RV's and mansions lining the banks of the lake all with private moorings and pontoons housing ski boats, jet ski's and fishing boats. The place was just unreal seeing all the holiday homes and its hard to understand how there can be so many Americans that just can just head off to their lake house for the weekend, or summer break.
We hired ...
We met Peggy's long time friend, Jack in Blairsville. Jack took us on a hike on Cowpen Trail to the summit of Cowpen Mountain which is 3852 feet in elevation. This trail is on the Appalachian Trail. We saw quite a few through hikers and talked to them. One had his dog who even had ...
... Bump" sign hanging from a tree over the rapid, and finally Nantahala Falls. The sun had finally come out, but the water was still freezing. But we got back in the water and continued on. After The Bump, we stopped briefly at a takeout before Nantahala Falls. Charles had fallen out on this one and bumped his head; hard enough to be bleeding from his eyebrow. There were EMT personnel on hand, who stopped and looked it over and gave him ...
... they should put larger signs on the borders so we can see them from afar!
We continue on a winding mountain road, past lakes, the Nantahala white water rafting river and an unusual roadside refreshment stand. We stop for lunch at the lovely Fontana Village Resort, originally built in 1941 as a construction site; it ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking