Ramada Asheville Southeast
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... We told them about Chestnut and we think they will eat there at some point before they depart.
We walked back to the Jeep and headed back home. I spent most of the evening doing my blog and getting photos ready to post. I think Cheryl caught up on her reading and we have the NBA finals on. Harley, well he is just plain out. He didn’t get much, if any, sleep today so he is pooped.
Tomorrow we will head further west and hope to make it to Nashville. ...
... paved and have nice grass areas next to them. The place was pretty full and apparently it is going to stay that way.
We got the coach set up and ate lunch while we strategized about our afternoon. By then it was already 3:00 so time was getting scarce. We decided to take a drive to the town of Brevard. We heard that it was a quaint little town and since we didn’t really have time to do much else, we figured we would give ...
... 8217;t too hot today, so didn’t seem
bad. And the mountain laurel were in full bloom along the trail, which
made for a beautiful sight. In a little over two miles, the trail split
– Daniel Ridge Loop Trail continued to the left and Farlow Gap Trail
(#106) went right. We turned right, initially climbing steeply up via
switchbacks as we got above Right Fork. The trail curved around a
ridge, crossed Daniel Ridge Creek, and then curved around ...
... known for crappies. Too bad John didn't bring his fishing tackle so he can do some fishing. He'd have to buy an Illinois fishing license for one outing so he will just go without fishing this time.
Camastas treat their daughter and three grandchildren plus us to dinner around the fire that evening. It is chilly but we have a good time reminiscing about our time in Gulf Shores and getting to know each other better. The ...
... hut to hut, or finding rooms in picturesque towns along the way. The only meal we'll have to worry about carrying each day will be lunch. So in theory, our packs should be super light!
The Haute Trail holds the distinction of being one of, if not THE most beautiful trail in all of Europe. In its 110 miles, it crosses 11 mountain passes, many of which are over 9000 feet. Starting at the foot of Mt. Blanc in southern France, this route ...