Lake Junaluska Conference and Retreat Center
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... It lasts about 6 months even with washings. Of course, Deet is the still the best anti mosquito repellant.
I will be putting together a First Aid Kit --- bandAids, anti bacterial wipes, Immodium, Pepto Bismol, bug spray, Aspirin, neosporin -- maybe some more little items.
That was today's lesson on traveling...
... can be worn with tennis shoes, sandals, etc. Very good for travel. Since we are staying in apartments, doing laundry will be easy. While searching thru Air BNB, I saw that some long term (1 month +) rentals offer weekly maid service. A very nice feature. Of course some have Washer & Dryers in the ...
... someone had spilled something on the floor of the shelter that attracted birds. Having birds eating in the shelter offended Randy, so much so that he attacked them with his walking sticks whenever they flew in until they finally gave up. I’m guessing Randy believes that animals have their place, and that place is not in human territory, such as trails and shelters. I’m not like that, though I can understand the logic of killing a venomous snake and discouraging bears ...
... afternoon we went to see the Bilmore Estate. It covers over 5,000 acres and is magnificent...a must see if you are in Asheville. After a great day at the mansion we went out to dinner in downtown Asheville with its many fine restaurants to chose from.
... a communications tower was a wooden observatory dedicated in 1979 by a youth group. Descending the mountain was amazingly fast, what had taken over an hour to reach the summit, took only 35 minutes to decend. While we were coming down off the mountain, we turned to see the peak, which had been hidden during the ascent by mist. It was amazing to see how far away we had been, only a few minutes before. We made our way ...