Econo Lodge -Kannapolis
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... area where I thought the donkey's were the cutest and lost the others in my travelling part as I was so engrossed with the donkeys, they were off getting ice cream!. After a day of car part excitement for the boys and animal heaven for the girls we headed back to the shopping centre near the hotel for dinner and a mad-dash through Walmart for the a few bits and pieces.
... burnt sugar maple tree charcoal to filter the whiskey, there is also a special cave and stream where they collect the water for use in the whiskey and they let the whiskey sit for 4-7 years before it gets bottled and sold. The smell in the air around Lynchburg was beautiful! (I personally don't like whiskey but boy that smell was delicious)
After our tour we went to the town square and got an ice ...
... back in bright green hues. Sodden ground had caused a big tree to be uprooted on Broad Street not far away, but we were OK.
I hope that by now, most of you have arrived home safely from your Feast travels, and if not, that you will all be back by Sabbath! It was a wonderful Feast for our family, and I hope you enjoyed reading of our experiences and seeing some of the ...
Its time for another great adventure and I am all packed and ready to go. I was so glad that I kept a blog of my last trip and had great feedback from those who read it, that I decided to make another one for this trip. My friend (Marie) and I are headed to 3 great countries: France, Italy, and Spain and are excited for it all to start! Flights leave tonight.....tomorrow = ...
... Smoky Mountains to Cherokee, North Carolina. The plan was to hike here and there, but, aside from a short "quiet walk" just off the road into the forest, the rain prevented us from doing pretty much anything but drive. We drove to the highest point in Tennessee, called "Clingman's Dome", where you can climb a hill with an observation tower and, ...