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... creek. Then we headed up to the Joyce Kilmer Memorial at the point where the two loops meet. We then finished up the loop back at Little Santeetlah Creek and got on Naked Ground Trail (#55) to head into the wilderness. This scenic trail follows Little Santeetlah Creek upstream. The creek is rocky and there were nice cascades along almost the entire thing. In a short ways, we saw a cute little toad along the trail. A ...
... to be driving through clouds on the Skyway. After crossing into Tennessee, we drove a short ways to the West Rattlesnake Rock parking area along the Skyway and left one car here. Then we shuttled about 2 miles up the road to Grassy Gap parking area and started our hike from here. A nice patch of black-eyed Susans was blooming right at the edge of the parking lot. We started off on Grassy Branch Trail (#91) to enter Citico ...
... to be seen. So we got back in the car and decided that this place had to be there and we were going back as the local town was an hour away from here and we couldn't get signal for miles. We get back to the road with the lodge that didn't exist and drove around the houses again. They were old wooden ones, they looked poor and there were dogs roaming free guarding the houses. Hannah suggested we set up for the night in the car and sleep till the sun came up. I really ...
Our group: Lisa, George, Eric, Brian, Eddie and Ryan
We wanted to leave by 8 and actually got on the road somewhere between 7:30 and 8. According to Googlemaps and our GPS it was supposed to be just over 10 hours. It rained, heavily at times, and with the trailer it took us about 13 hours including an hour stop for lunch at Chili's just before the Virginia border. We arrived at ...
... You are not allowed to transport wood from one stste to another so its best to use up all your wood in one place , only thing is fire wood is really expensive , 2 to 7 usd depending on what state you are in , here it was 2 usd for a relatively small bundle . I should say that American charcoal is not that great , even firelighter impregnated coals require petrol to help ...