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... 100 Gallons.
We are still battling IT infrastructure, but at least have the music situation mostly resolved. Scott LOVES the eagles, Hotel California has been played 4 times so far for those keeping score ...
... stayed in Gatlinburg a couple of nights and we did a **** load of walking which we needed after all the meat we have been eating.
In true form Troy and I decided we'd pick a hike that was called 'Chimney top', only 4 miles long can't be that bad. Holy **** it was steep! When you get to the top you have to climb a massive boulder I got about a quarter of the way up the boulder and started to freak out it ...
... I had to wear for the next five days.
I thought it might be nice to read, but I realized I’d forgotten to get my headlamp out of my pack. It was as inaccessible to me in this storm as it was to the bears.
“Hey, look what I found,” Julie said, and held up a chocolate fiber bar. “It was in my pocket.”
“Aaah! You can’t have that in here!” I cried. “It will attract bears!” If a bear will tear open ...
... take a fake shower near the top.
This one was still a little of a climb but much less torturous. There were tons of people at the top waiting for their Kodak moment behind the falls so we joined the queue. Got our romantic snaps and Chris got a quick head cool off.
Then we descended a steep bit near the river/falls and dipped our bods. Chris made a ...
... compete for Britain if Mini Golf ever makes it into the Olympics. Me and Les had a team talk later that night, about how we are going to have to raise our game. I think we need to take them on at our sports. I will be suggesting a day at the bowling alley tomorrow with drinking games.
The end of the night the Sach's kindly treated us to a delicious home/camp cooked dinner consisting of yummy pork loin, gnocchi and veggies.
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking