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As most of you are aware Sheila and I depart at the end of this month for two months in Europe. We have signed on with this travel blog and will send comments and pictures as we move around. Should you not desire to receive these, just let me know and I'll delete you;). There should be a picture here of some idiot up a pole.
Fred & ...
... town that is hotels, resorts and amusement parks. Making money off everyone going to Dollyville and needing choices of places to stay I spose. Headed up the Smokey Mountains through the Appalachians. Near the top it becomes North Carolina. Nice view. We stopped in the Smokey Mountains to look at how an original farmstead would have been set up. I saw 5 wild turkeys in the fields. Then ...
... A resort soon blossomed on the spot, with two hotels and a golf course sprouting near the railroad station. Within a few years, though, Clinchfield discontinued passenger service and the resort withered, its demise quickened when a highway was built through nearby Gillespie Gap.But the railroad gave direct birth to the Orchard. Recognizing an opportunity, the Clinchfield planted trees on several hundred acres. Once ...
... to a nice older gentleman who was visiting the falls while his wife was out of town. She thought the hike was too strenuous and didn’t approve of him going, so he waited for her to go out of town before visiting. Once the crowds started to arrive and we had gotten enough pictures, we continued on, climbing more stairs and then headed upstream along Crabtree Creek. ...
... to go to far in, but very interesting to take a peek. There was also a hole in the rock above the entrance to the mine. The water is likely very deep with potentially dangerous objects in the water so we didn't go any further. Then we returned the way we came and drove back towards Marion and stopped for lunch at Subway. I'm not a big fan of fast food, but with Subway, you can get a foot-long, eat half for lunch and save the other half for when we get back to camp.