Mountain Inn & Suites
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Good day, Bad day. The bad first. Headed out from Memphis in the morning with AC on and all of a sudden there was a antifreeze mist coming out of the vents. This is particularly unsettling, as I had the whole heater core replaced less than a year ago. So stopped at a auto parts store, got some radiator leak stop and eventually it solve the problem. But, I few miles from our final destination today in northern Tennessee, the problem came ...
As most of you are aware Sheila and I depart at the end of this month for two months in Europe. We have signed on with this travel blog and will send comments and pictures as we move around. Should you not desire to receive these, just let me know and I'll delete you;). There should be a picture here of some idiot up a pole.
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... br> Mountain.
Very near Sugar Mountain & Grandfather Mountain, with great views of
both, as well as Banner Elk, Blowing Rock, Boone, Tweetsie Railroad,
Linville Falls, Linville Caverns, Little Switzerland, the Blue Ridge
Parkway, Bristol International NASCAR Speedway, Roan Mountain,
Tennessee, & Virginia.
Full kitchen with all utensils & appliances, including microwave,
coffeemaker, etc., cable ...
... played a key role: facing southeast, the land is frost-free most of the time, with cold air sinking into the nearby valleys, replaced by warm air. The operation soon prospered, growing state champion apples repeatedly and at its peak producing 125,000 bushels of apples a year. It became a mainstay of the local economy, with dozens of families supported by its jobs.The arrival of the Blue Ridge Parkway in the 1930s was ...
... and via the freeway overnighting in Johnson City in Tennessee. We continued north on Saturday driving some 300 miles, crossing into Virginia, and camped in Waynesboro. The camp here is big - nearly 300 sites and mostly large caravans, fifth wheelers and bus like motorhomes. Our van looks really small. People are fascinated by our accents and always ask where we are from. The Independence Day celebrations were just about to begin and as we were setting up the decorated golf ...