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Nice hotel. Great staff. The steakhouse attached was wonderful with very knowledgeable waitress. Although perhaps a little too familiar at times.
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... and then headed up past the waterfall. There were a bunch of small cascades where the water flows over deposits from the creek. We continued on and turned right at the next fork to follow the red-blazed Chamberlain Trail up to the top of the ridge. The trail is moderately steep, but nothing too strenuous. At the top, the trail makes a short loop around the summit, but the dense vegetation at the top prevented any ...
... Whose troops were they talking about? How can you both support the U.S. Military and, by definition, it's very enemy in the form of a rogue secessionist government. It makes me wonder, does the military monitor soldiers publicly in support of the confederacy as potential spies and traitors against the USA? Other fun fact: Did you know you can get a blizzard in a waffle cone! What will DQ think of next? Pumpkin Pie blizzard is next on my ...
I'm back at school again. Mom drove down which was nice since I haven't been passenger on the 7 hour trip down in years. I'm loving the freedom I have again. Don't get me wrong, living at home has its perks, but it also has its disadvantages. Going from totally free and independent to rules set by your parents wasn't a smooth a transition as I ...
... to the dam wall where we could tube or ride the rocket. It was just a great time. My body also recovered somewhat with a nice run and no alcohol, apart from a cider I had with dinner on our last night out at a sweet Italian restaurant. It was so simple but so perfect. It gave me a lot to think about and I was really glad we got to finish our trip in such style. Heidi ...
... and you could imagine an old entropnenur 'in the day' had used this mountain to make a quick buck for himself As we again approached Roanoke we passed a few fire engines outside a house, many police cars and a huge coal train with two diesels front and back passing under the road bridge. These three sights will be our lasting memory of the place, every where we went in our four night stay were accentuated by the company of these people ...