Geneva Riverside Lodging
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Another early morning. Had a waffle for breakfast. Very yummy. Left Virginia and crossed into Tennessee. After a morning break we crossed into Tennessee. Stopped for lunch at a Cracker Barrel in Sevierville. As this is birthplace of Dolly Parton we stopped outside the town hall to take a photo of her statue. Then travelled through Pigeon Forge which is the town before Dollyville. It is just ...
Home sweet home! Many thanks to Uncle Chris, we had an easy time carrying all our gear to the site and setting up this canopy. With a couple well placed lanterns and a camp fire, we had a cozy night with plenty of music from the katydids in the trees all around us. The tent was a comfy spot and we all lingered in our sleeping bags and read some of our 44 library books in the morning. Leah gets the prize for sleepy head. She stayed in that tent til ...
... chap at the camp site didn't charge us for the second days pitch so we set off for Asheville and the Rodeway Inn.
Had dinner in a small town at Fat Buddies before checking into a Rodeway Inn Motel in Asheville. Ashville should have been our lunch stop tomorrow but we decided to make the 120 km drive so we have less to do tomorrow .
Anyway here we are and thats it for today but we do have wifi.
Nantahala to Asheville 69 km ...
... jet airliner from Baltimore to home on Friday. The drive back would be a little much for Will, great and hearty traveler that he is. Thanks to the Mister's plethora of frequent flyer miles, it was a no-brainer for them to grab the essentials and take to the air to make the last travel leg an easy one for our young hero.
We did something similar last year, except that I opted to drive from Baltimore to the Pisgah Inn in one day. Which was pretty much a 12 ...
... up ahead, which helped us replan the route to Biltmore Inn. The part of the road was closed near Mount Mitchell due to a m************ in the road caused by heavy rain. This is the wettest summer they have had in many years.
We rode through some heavy rain the last hour of the trip. We turned up to Biltmore Inn looking like drowned rats.
Biltmore Estate was built by George Vanderbilt in ...