Days Inn Jonesville/Elkin
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Kent's grandfather started Long Jewelers in 1945 which is run by his cousins and their children. They now have two locations. Kelsey even had her ears pierced by his cousin, Annette! Kent's parents flew in from Salt Lake City which made our visit even more special. It was so great to see everyone and show the girls where their Daddy grew up in this sweet, small town. ...
- Met a friend from Cradock High, George Weaver, that lives about 2 hours from Boone, NC. We met half way in Wilkesboro, NC for lunch. Such a delight to see a friendly face from the past.
- The drive from Boone to Wilkesboro was incredibly beautiful on Hwy 421.
- Please excuse the pictures which were taken with one hand while I drove with the other in the ...
... to see Jane and the kids. After a brief visit I went with Jane and Emma Jane to the dance rehearsal. Unfortunately as the dancers get older they get pushed further down into the program! I had planned to stay only long enough to watch Emma Jane dance and then have Jerry come pick me up. Well, she is in both acts and #17 in both. By the time she finished there were only three numbers left. We finally got back to David and ...
... Much of this area is bald and so the views over the valley are wonderful. We saw a herd of cows grazing at one point, helping to keep the vegetation down. We also saw an interesting lone tree standing near Bluff Mountain. I pointed this tree out to Sandy as we would be able to see it from a distance much further along in our hike. Soon, we made the easy climb up to the summit of Bluff Mountain and then headed back down via a ...
So I miscalculated a little bit on just how long it would take to drive the BR Parkway.
Two and a half days was not nearly enough.
Day one was fogged out in any case, but day two was gorgeous. Too many places to stop and take in the scenery. Still, a peaceful, almost zen way to travel: no traffic lights, no traffic, no 100-foot signs, just smooth sailing along quiet, open road. A few cyclists working hard up the hills. ...