Days Inn Asheville Mall
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... and they are powered by a 4-cylinder, fuel injected GM car engine called an Ecotec motor. I took some pictures so you can see for yourself what they look like. Road and Track Magazine says this about the Slingshot. "It's weird, it's wacky, and it looks like something Spider-Man might ride. That's the $20,000 Polaris Slingshot in a nutshell."
In most states these things are considered motorcycles which means the driver (rider?) has to have ...
... and travel was slow, but we were not in any particular hurry, so it was not too bad. Cheryl continued to look online for fuel possibilities along the 70. After a few looks and deciding they wouldn’t work either, we finally found a large enough station in Morganton, NC that had diesel, and for about the best price we had seen. Ninety gallons later, we were back on the road and within a couple of miles we were back on the 40. We ...
... to Toms
Spring Falls. First, we got some pictures from the road, then climbed
up the rocks and got some pictures up close. Then we backtracked a
short ways and turned right to get on Daniel Ridge Loop Trail (#105).
Initially, the trail is quite steep as it ascends to the top of the Toms
Spring Falls via a couple switchbacks. Then it leveled off a bit,
following Toms Spring Branch upstream. The trail varied from mostly
level to a little steep, but ...
... mountain laurel was blooming all around the falls. Sandy and I spent some time here climbing around on the rocks and getting photos. It's not a big waterfall, but the setting is really pretty. From here, we got back on the trail and continued a short ways further on Cat Gap Trail. Just past an occupied campsite, we turned right on the blue-blazed Butter Gap Trail (#123). This trail starts out running through Picklesimer Fields where more mountain laurel was blooming. ...
... beautiful cars and had some great curvy roads to get to the hotel.
We also got to see the highest peak in eastern North America, Mount Mitchell at 6,684 ft. The fog stayed away so we could see some beautiful scenery. It was a nice drive and we had a nice lunch at the restaurant in the Mount Mitchell State Park with a great view.
On to Hiawassee tomorrow and the Georgia State Fairgrounds and Campground.
As always, Life is good!!