Microtel Inn By Wyndham Franklin
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... down the path another 2.5 miles to the turn for Big Falls. It’s not terribly obvious, but I spotted the flagging tape and cairn at the turn. From here, it’s a steep climb down to river level. It starts off moderate, but gets steeper and steeper. Ropes tied to trees help with the steepest parts near the end. Once down to the river, we had to go upstream a bit to the base of Big Falls. A downed tree made getting to ...
... if we had
followed the GPS. Technology is great, sometimes it's good to
Yogi in the Smokies is ten times better
than the Yogi we stayed at in Sturbridge MA. Friendly, helpful staff,
lots of activities, well stocked shop. The weather wasn't great, it
rained on and off constantly but there were still breaks in the
weather to enjoy the pool. We were parked near the river which was
very pretty and peaceful.
Sunday morning, we broke camp and headed to Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest. After parking, we did a quick hike along the lower loop of Joyce Kilmer Memorial Loop Trail (#43). The forest is named for the poet Joyce Kilmer who died in combat during World War I. His famous poem “Trees” seemed so appropriate in this beautiful old-growth forest. The trail crosses Little Santeetlah Creek on a footbridge with great views ...
... the same as yesterday as we all headed off for the Blue Ridge Park Skyway. This road runs across the top of the blue ridge mountains for about 500 miles, we only did about 50miles of it as it was very cold at 6000ft and yesterday they had hailstone, we stopped off for a spot of lunch Pisgah Inn. While there you ...
... counties etc that they visit so as we crossed the state line into Georgia we stopped for a photo of them on their bike holding the club magazine. We then rode to a place called Dillards where we had a very disappointing ...