Pines Country Inn
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... outside of Charlotte, SC.
Mom missed the hotel exit and then when we turned around, the Waze driving device had us make a complete 360 and travel 6 more miles to a completely different exit. Go figure.
Once in the hotel, we were going to bed on a sleeper sofa. When mom sit down, the foot of the bed flipped up in the air almost sending her to the floor. It was a wild ride.
Night nite, sweet dreams.
... there was the most white on the ground. At one point, a small stream that flowed into Courthouse Creek was completely frozen with icicles going up the mountain as far as I could see. We crossed the creek twice and although the rocks were icy and slippery, we didn’t have any trouble. Where two forks came together, we crossed to follow the right fork and then crossed one more time. Soon after, we came to Upper Waterfall ...
... the grounds at this place. All 200 plus acres of it. The house had 40 servants on staff at all times, has 40 bathrooms and a bunch of other stuff. It boggles the mind, to say the least. All this opulence for just 3 people. Yeppers thats the amount of folks that lived here. I was told that they entertained a lot tho. That justifies things, I guess. Who built it ?? Why the Vanderbuilts of course....Next stop----Clio, ...
... so that vegetation was wet. Dan had a machete and chopped away at some of it, but it did little to help. The trail crossed the forest road a couple of times and after about an hour and a half, we made it to the summit of Pilot Mountain. Although there were still quite a few clouds in the sky, we were actually higher than most and had some nice views over the mountains from up here. We stopped here for a ...
... condition of this second road. The Forest Service recommends 4WD, though hiking the road, it seemed doable for a 2WD vehicle. It was about 0.6 miles to the end of the forest road, where three paths split off. First, we took the one to the right that lead steeply up a hill and then leveled off. Along here, we saw some Indian Pipe alongside the trail. This interesting plant is all white - no green - and is not photosynthetic, but rather parasitic, ...