The Broyhill Inn And Conference Center
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... There are so many turnouts and if you stopped at all of them, the trip would take forever and we didn’t have that much time. The posted speed limit on the parkway is 45 mph, but that is not usually achievable, so after driving for an hour and a half, we had managed to travel 45 miles! The distance from the entry at Rockfish Gap to our next campground was 180 miles, so at that rate it would take us between 5 and 6 hours. Speeds had to ...
... will do us. Nice little place too. We were sitting there at the bar after our bar meal, and noticed that it was their local darts night. A few of the players were enjoying a beer as well as playing their games. However, I picked up that most were drinking ice water. Local sportsman seem to take their "sport" way too seriously some times. Some of the others who were actually buying drinks were drinking the house special beer as well. ...
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.
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... great family atmosphere. Great for couples,
honeymooners, retirees, snowbirds, young people, golfers, tennis
players, skiers, snowboarders, tubers, etc.
Very quiet & private, yet very convenient to everything. Enjoy
spectacular sunrises & sunsets as you sip your favorite beverages
from your own private balcony, & build a warm, cozy fire for those
cool nights in your own private fireplace in the villa.
... The mountain pass where the Orchard sits was named for him, and you will still see the McKinney name everywhere in the area today, with dozens of families tracing their lineage to him.America’s industrialization came to the area in the 1890s. The Orchard’s location on the lowest pass through the Blue Ridge in the surrounding 100 miles dictated that the nation’s railroad barons would find it. ...