Maggie Valley Inn and Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Swimming pool
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... many of the same attributes, mannerisms and work ethics. Its quite funny.
Needless to say, we talked Real Estate a lot last night and the opportunities that are available in NC. When her and my Uncle came here from FL, they had sold everything, packed up their 5th Wheel, had no job (in NC) and headed to the Mountains to start living the dream. They found an 8 acre ...
... and roomy. Except for the fact that Jeff hits his head nearly every time he enters or exits the car, that his knees are in his lap and the back window being the size of rearview mirror, our "sedan" has 4 wheels and will get us where we need to go. Mission Accomplished.
I hop in the "faux-dan" while Jeff is following me in Winnie and we head to the campground to set up shop.
We decided to ...
... out the quirky shops and people. We even gave a woman (with a genuine Southern accent, finally) a ride to an AA meeting at a local church. Southern people are so friendly...
The drive back was so nice. Good talks, beautiful scenery (thanks to a wrong turn), and it finally cooled down. We ended the night with some BBQ, at a place that was truly hopping. It was so much fun. ...
On the morning of the fourteenth of July, we began our journey at four in the morning. Having met at 3:45, we took fifteen minutes to get everything in the van. The van was packed tight for our week long journey. Almost immediately after we left the church, Amanda forgot her jacket. Joe, very patient, turned around and went back to get not just her jacket, but some street eats for anyone in need. Again we left, sure we had everything. As soon as we got on the ...
... when I am on the trail, I resign myself to being coated in layers of dirt and sweat. To me, getting clean on the trail is a difficult and unpleasant chore, primarily because the water is COLD. In addition, you are not supposed to use soap within 200 feet of a water source, which means finding such a spot that doesn’t harbor thorns, poison ivy, biting insects, or angry bears, has enough foliage to provide privacy, and is far enough from any trail that another hiker is unlikely ...