Scottish Inns Morristown
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Woke up to a delicious breakfast of ham and cheese omelets by Chef Marcus, who don't need no spatula to flip some eggs.
We broke camp leisurely and headed south ...
... we saw a lot of Elk. We took a walk through an 1800s Mountain Farm. As we were walking through the farm I spotted a Ground Hog/ Whistle Pig/ Marmot/ Mouse Bear/ Land Beaver/ Woodchuck (it really has all these names!) So I have always wanted to know... how much wood can a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood? Post your answers please. Good Night. ...
I continued walking around the Capital, but no other important (ones commonly known) statues were there. I made it back to my car with 5 minutes to spare on my meter. I had a feeling this one wouldn't take long.
Then I was off to quite a different scene. The grave of Andrew Jackson. It's on the grounds where he lived and died, called The Hermitage. $24 ($1 off for being old!) gets you a multi-media tour around the grounds, ...
... up until we started to see mountains that seemed to reach the clouds or maybe were a little "smoky".
Yes, our next stop is going to be a fun time for the kids! Wilderness at the Smokies Resort has both outdoor and indoor water park areas so the rain would be no problem here. We heard that it is America's largest water park resort. It's a one night stop but we will squeeze every minute of fun we can out of it.
We'll never forget you and will see you again I am sure.
Beautiful ride today across NC and in to Tennessee. Roads like race circuits and 80 miles of dirt to get us warmed up.
Lesson of the day comes from Glenn as we were leaving.
"Remember, off road you can only break an arm or leg, but them cars'll kill yer. Take care on the pavement"