Quality Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... town that is hotels, resorts and amusement parks. Making money off everyone going to Dollyville and needing choices of places to stay I spose. Headed up the Smokey Mountains through the Appalachians. Near the top it becomes North Carolina. Nice view. We stopped in the Smokey Mountains to look at how an original farmstead would have been set up. I saw 5 wild turkeys in the fields. Then ...
... when you say thank you. They smile and say hello as you pass them in the street or on hiking paths. We met lots of people today looking at waterfalls and they were all lovely.
There are a lot of churches in North Carolina. Every few miles there is another Church, sometimes 2 or 3 in the same block. They all seem to have similar names (in 1 town, the first Baptist Church was on the same street as the reformed Baptist Church), and they all have a little graveyard next to ...
... tried to find somewhere for dinner. We had to make a few calls but were able to find a really lovely restaurant in town. The food was delicious, and we were both excited to see steamed vegetables on our plate, something we had missed with the recent emphasis on typical southern cuisine! We had a lovely dinner, then walked back to our room to callapse for another night. Damien has a full day of waterfalls planned for ...
... twas a great success.
The riders then had to ascend up 64 W and then the dreaded Slick Rock Rd. (Elevation gain chart included in pics.) Last year's group had an equal elevation to climb but their destination was Asheville, not Hendersonville. A cat 2 climb 2nd week into the trip - bonafide heroes were made on this day.
The reason we were in Hendo this year was because of my personal connection with Housing Assistance ...
... but lots of trees. It was not nearly as interesting as the Shenandoah National Park section.
At the visitor's center we viewed a film about the park, the road construction, and its cultural heritage. Much of the stone work, short walls, tunnels and bridges, was done in the 1930's by the Civilian Conservation Corps [3C's].