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It has always been something I've wanted to do - visiting the southern states of the USA. It has an interesting history and is pretty as a picture. I'm told this is especially true during the autumn months when the trees turn from vibrant green to yellow, orange and reds of different hues.as this trip is the beginning of summer we won't get to experience the beautiful colours of autumn.....maybe ...
... and the trail was much easier to follow. In about 2 miles, we got to the junction with Daniel Ridge Loop Trail (#105). We saw some mountain bikers along this trail, which is open to both hiking and biking and turned right, following the trail downwards along a creek. Right after the turn, we saw some enormous Chicken of the Woods fungi growing on a tree. Overall, this was a particularly beautiful section of ...
... are we headed off....got lost again but made it to Iron horse ranch by 20.00.
This is the venue the motorcycle HUB gang had a big party last year which we had tickets for. well 1 year late and certainly no party happening.
we booked a lodge, visited the fire pit for a yarn with the other biker type campers. could not understand a thing but the gist is they like to shoot everything and ...
... west towards Asheville in North Carolina. Decided to get off the interstate highway because it's so boring and not what a Roadtrip should be. Because everyone travels by the freeway the old single lane country roads are mostly deserted and pass through beautiful untouched forests offering much needed shade in the 38c sun. Stopped at a river after driving over and seeing people swimming in. The place felt really rural ...
... There were people holding up traffic to take pictures from the passenger side of their cars. Ridiculous. But I will say, that was the happiest camel I've ever seen. I swear he even smiled for the pictures.) I am ensconced in a room at the Pisgah Inn. Located on Mt Pisgah right off the Blue Ridge Parkway. Where every room has a porch that overlooks the mountains. Where there are no key cards... there are room keys. Where the dining room has floor to ...
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