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Woke up to a delicious breakfast of ham and cheese omelets by Chef Marcus, who don't need no spatula to flip some eggs.
We broke camp leisurely and headed south ...
... our findings and inclinations to Julie and Carol. Carol demurred. She’d rather stay here, but was willing to do what the rest of the group wanted. “Tell you what,” Julie suggested, “we can hike to Smokemont, and if we don’t like it, we can hike back here. It’s only a mile each way.” That’s Julie, the peacemaker. Middle child and all that, you know how she is.
The first thing I noticed upon our arrival at Smokemont were the ...
... shriek as he entered the water, entertainment for all. Sach's have an exclusive video of this if anyone wants to put in an order.
On the way back Chris and I checked out 'Food City' and collected another loyalty card for another grocery store that we'll probably never see again.
Due to the combined exhaustion from the past two days we decided to chill ...
... compete for Britain if Mini Golf ever makes it into the Olympics. Me and Les had a team talk later that night, about how we are going to have to raise our game. I think we need to take them on at our sports. I will be suggesting a day at the bowling alley tomorrow with drinking games.
The end of the night the Sach's kindly treated us to a delicious home/camp cooked dinner consisting of yummy pork loin, gnocchi and veggies.
... a tortilla chip in it and hottness ensued. I think Chris' mouth was on fire for about the next 3 hours. After coughing up spiciness for a few minutes the guy in the shop offered him a 'cure' - a spoonful of horseradish that was meant to counteract it....he tried it but thought that was pretty much a load of cr@p.
Then back to camp for our first night of 'really' roughing it (= no showers)