Holiday Inn Express Cullman
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... Lake Lewis Smith.
Drove around the area hoping to see some deer; no luck.
May 13: EXPLORING BANKHEAD NATIONAL FOREST AREA
National Forest Office on Hwy-33 for trail maps and directions--a must for trail locations.
SIPSEY RIVER TRAIL starts at ...
... funneling water constantly until the valve settles and stays open. They went through Wheeler locks today which was the second set of locks on this Cinco de Mayo.
... and it did take us a while to get to straight roads. We wove our way up a back route to save some time - a short cut to the interstate. I panicked when after a particularly steep section we came to "road closed" signs. Thank goodness there was a detour.
Some seriously awesome parcels in a little town called Banner Elk, the girls were counting which families raked the leaves in their yards, and ...
Even the scene of the desert was so charming, but the weather was too hot. Although the sunset was pretty, hundreds times later everyone feel it become normal. Finally, our business troop achieve a oasis!! Thanks god. Everyone was exciting for ...
... a mile. It was a nice little hike and interesting - definitely not up to comparison with the big boys like Mammoth Caverns but quite a pleasant little tour. I was hopping for bats but they left earlier in the year. Just outside the cave entrance is a sluice to look for gemstones. Hokey but cute. We have a little haul for James when we see him.
All in all, a nice stay in a nice park.