DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Johnson City
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... for a lovely scene. We hiked down to the base of the falls and carefully crept out onto the big rock to get some pictures of this beautiful waterfall in the snow. It was a really beautiful sight and despite the snow, wasn't too terribly cold. Then we headed back to the car and got back on the highway to Tennessee. In Roan Mountain, we turned on TN-143 and drove past Roan Mountain State Park up to Carver’s Gap. As we rose in elevation, ...
... State U) where we yelped an excellent sports bar and watched every NFL game that was televised. A great spot.
Back to the house. More beer, music and good company.
Hope everyone is doing well back home. We took a straw poll and we presume that 40% of our conversations involve family.
... by Gillian Welch), ‘Hills and Hollers’ (by Adrienne Young), ‘Shenandoah’, ‘Sis Draper’ (by Sean Camp), ‘Rocky Top’. It might have been better for me to make plans for following the Crooked Road except that I know it’s too late in the year for that.
The day itself was a bit out of character for me. I toured Biltmore House in the morning and the place is so ...
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... about half a mile along the forest road to the falls. At a bridge across Roaring Fork, we turned right just before the bridge on a short path that leads to the waterfall. The entire thing is probably at least 100 feet of cascades tumbling down, but it’s hard to get a picture of the entire thing. Of course that doesn't mean I can't try. I hopped around onto various rocks and boulders at the base of the falls to get pictures ...