Hampton Inn West Jefferson
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... and tomorrow we are heading North oh Hwy 16 to see an area called Burkes Garden which is in a valley. People say it is a nice place to visit and have lunch made by the Amish. I will let you know if I make a score on homemade goodies!!
We are getting closer to getting home. Moving on the Asheville on Saturday and I have already got a place to play pickleball. So that makes me happy:))
As always, LIFE is GOOD!!
... several days to spend in Boone NC with Zack and Alicia! We spent some time in Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor, Maine and loved it. Hiking, canoeing, biking on the carriage trails, eating lobster, and enjoying a sunset sail boat cruise all made for a great experience. We drove skyline drive through Shenandoah National Park in VA and then the Blue Ridge Parkway to NC. Its been such a beautiful ...
... the park. The basin creek gorge could be seen below, as well as the historic Caudill Cabin, which is 800 feet below this overlook. Due to the thick summer foliage, only a part of the cabin’s roof could be seen from above. After lunch, we got back on the Bluff Mountain Trail and continued our hike. We continued past the picnic area through more beautiful open meadows with the occasional lone tree sticking up amidst ...
... Park for our next real waterfall - Hebron Colony Falls. Although we had visited this waterfall before, I had forgotten my camera so this would be a good opportunity to go back and get some pictures. Previously, the waterfall could be accessed from a short trail off Old Turnpike Road, which was the way we had come in the last time. However, this was a small road with no good spot to park ...
... view from Grandfather Mtn and the footbridge was amazing. We didnt stay too long as there were 60mph winds and the bridge was only open for a short period. We drove to Linville and hiked to the Linville Falls. Sam saw a 1.5m Black Rat Snake hiding in the bushes right next to her foot and she nearly shat her pants. I quietly crept back there to take a photo. Then we finished the day driving to Asheville, only stopping to look at some of the many classic muscle cars for sale on the ...