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... in Atlanta. This is one big place with lots of highways going off to the left and right. After some stressful u turns we finally got onto the right track.
This place is beautiful. Surrounded by forest and bushland and is quiet and peaceful. Another dinner of smoked chicken on the grill with beans and salads was yummy. Their families were very nice and showed us the southern hospitality that we have experienced since being here.
... We rode Doc on a Thrift Store Trail one day and hit every thrift store up and down the coast. Outer Banks has some great thrift stores! We took the ferry once more to Ocracoke, we hiked from our campground to Hatteras LIghthouse which was about a 10 mile round trip hike- but unlike some long hikes on our trip, this one was of course F-L-A-T.
It was a leisurely stay in the Outer Banks and it was hard to go - especially knowing ...
From the time I was little, he has called me on my birthday and played the Happy Birthday song to me on the piano; since I was there in person I got a special rendition on the clock chimes (and, no, I have no idea how he did it).
Sam has not seen me since I was 3 years old or so because he went blind in his twenties. I hope that in his mind's eye he still can see the wonder and love I feel for him.
Leaving the KOA , we traveled to the tip of SC , Lake Hartwell , to visit Peggy and Chuck Herda. Had a nice lunch with them, and lots of laughs- they are doing great in their beautiful home on the lake. Once we left there, we drove to Chattanooga, Tennessee, where we'll explore for two ...
... but it was still cold in the morning so much ice remained on the road. After about 2 miles, we got to a hill and the car was unable to drive up, so we parked at a pull-off and hiked the rest of FSR 140. It was a steep hike up the gravel road and then back down to Courthouse Creek. Across the bridge, we got on Courthouse Falls Trail (#130) and hiked to the falls. The orange-blazed trail follows Summey Cove Trail a short ways and ...