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... by local Carolinians but there was no place to safely park the RV, so we continued on to the “Jumpinoff Rock” observation area. There was a ½ mile trail reported to be a great viewing area, so we hiked UP the trail. Did I mention it was UP the trail? Add to the climb the change in elevation (3,125 ft), I was wheezing pretty well by the top we got to the top. The view was good but I’m not sure it was worth it; there are ...
... immensely thick, and you can see that many a pioneer from the early days could have become hopelessly lost in no time. Eventually came to a little town called Boone where we booked in to a Super 8 Motel for one night. Didn't check in straight away, but instead drove on up to the brewery. We discovered that this was smaller than we imagined and no sign that they did tours. Just had a couple of their local brews for the sake of it. ...
As most of you are aware Sheila and I depart at the end of this month for two months in Europe. We have signed on with this travel blog and will send comments and pictures as we move around. Should you not desire to receive these, just let me know and I'll delete you;). There should be a picture here of some idiot up a pole.
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... br> Safe, gated community with security on duty. Abundant indoor &
outdoor amenities, including heated indoor swimming pool, jacuzzi
whirlpool spa hot tubs, sauna, steamroom, weightroom & exercise
area, gameroom, table tennis, pool table, video games, library, meeting
room, miniature golf course, shuffleboard courts, tennis courts,
children's playground, clubhouse, laundry, many world-class golf courses
nearby, covered barbecue ...
... s spectacular views would fall prey to real estate developers, but the current owners forestalled that by purchasing the property in the 1990s. They sold the upper half of the acreage to the Conservation Trust for North Carolina and on the lower half established a nonprofit Appalachian cultural and history center - while maintaining the operation of the apple orchard - that is dedicated to keeping this unique history ...