Dawson Village Inn
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... mountains, and it didn't disappoint! Even the hotels and fast food restaurants stuck with the alpine theme! We soaked in the atmosphere for a bit before heading to the cabin, which was an adventure in itself! It truly was in the middle of nowhere, with dirt tracks of at least 30 degree inclination proving a challenge for our wee Ford Fiesta. We managed though, and the result was so very worth ...
... girl pandas which was most delightful.
We hope Marion Keith and Ellie enjoyed our visit as much as we did.
We would love to go back and see some more of the sights. Time was all short as holidays always are.
we found the local residents all very polite and helpful. Marion and Keith's hospitality was wonderful and Ellie was most entertaining, teaching us new card games.
hope you like the pics, love you all loads. Xxx
... for many years and decided to head for the mountains for a change. But mountains and Florida are not quite synonymous. The nearest was either South Carolina or northern Georgia. The Appalachian Trail has always held mystique since meeting a through hiker many years ago. So we headed to Georgia and Mile 1 (or Miles 1,146 pending where you start).
Dahlonega, GA is an old mining town in the mountains and a perfect setting ...
... to do so in my previous posts. I met Will while working at Gearhead Outfitters in Shreveport. He was born in California, moved to DC, and then spent the majority of his life in Austin Texas (he's been all over the place). I mentioned the AT one day after work and told him (half-jokingly) that he should come with me. Well, he took it to heart and actually considered the offer. I wrote him off, not ...
... tree across the creek and managed to climb across. I followed her; it was rather treacherous and I vowed to return via wading. Right after the crossing, we took a short spur trail that led to the Fourth Waterfall on Fall Creek. For good views of the falls, I had to wade across just below the falls. Sandy made it across on a log, but after the last one, I just stuck with wading. We got a couple of pictures and ...