Travel Blogs from Maggie Valley
... said that they will shoot you for "nuttin" hahahaheheh Then we checked into our campground. Deep creek tube and campground. Real cute and lots to do here! We are reminded though why we like state and national campgrounds though. They really pack them in private campgrounds and tend to be more loud. We are going exploring tomorrow in the mountains and going white water rafting! I'm kind of nervous so wish me and my boys ...
... they were trading shifts but i think they were just to lazy to come to their rescue. They were in a hot metal elevator burning up until someone came and pried them out. I would never go to this hotel again. We told them to give us more than fifty dollars but they refused.
... the Forest was a very nice hike - a little challenging as there was a steady climb. The boys quit halfway through, claiming boredom, retracing their steps to the parking lot. We girls pushed on and enjoyed the walk. Sadly, I missed the giant trees somehow. I'm still not sure how I missed seeing them - maybe I missed a spur on the trail?
After all this, we rejoined Phan and Thao at the motorcycle rental place and headed back for a bonfire at the cabin.
up and started devotion. We were led in song by Joe and Christian,
and we talked about appropriate times to have fun. In that, we
watched a short clip by Tim Hawkings which made us laugh a lot. We
talked about how Jesus could have, and probably did, have fun during
his ministry. We closed in prayer and decided to watch the rest of
the video, and boy did we laugh. When that was finished we went to
bed, tired and eager for more.
Day 3: Rose Creek Gem Mine, 4 buckets of dirt for $20
Rates on their website: Dig-Your-Own from the mining tunnel: 2 for $10, all refills $5 (10 refills for $45. Minor miners, 8 & under can help adults)
The mine was in Franklin, so off we went on this day's adventure. Thao ended up paying just for herself and got 2 buckets of dirt which were perfect for Mika and Esen. Phan stood back and ...