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Another early morning. Had a waffle for breakfast. Very yummy. Left Virginia and crossed into Tennessee. After a morning break we crossed into Tennessee. Stopped for lunch at a Cracker Barrel in Sevierville. As this is birthplace of Dolly Parton we stopped outside the town hall to take a photo of her statue. Then travelled through Pigeon Forge which is the town before Dollyville. It is just ...
... and we got photos, but Damien still wanted to see more so we headed to the college. Damien took A LOT of photos of squirrels, and they are pretty cute! Eventually Nadia was able to convice Damien that it was time to leave them alone, and we headed back to our rooms. We had a late lunch, so dinner was also pretty late, and pretty light.
Our impressions of North Carolina:
Southern manners is totally a real thing! People are so polite. All the time. They always say ...
... seen had it not been for them. Western North Carolina is a fantastic place with so many good roads and trails to ride and we have only scratched the surface. Wherever we have been on any day of the week this area is swarming with bikers of all types.
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... a bit like a small Coombs. We then drove north via Lake Burton to Clayton, then Mt. city which was a small strip of stores along the hwy, then Dillard which was also a strip along the road...not very impressive! We thought Clayton was much nicer! We drove further north I to the Sky alley and I to NC. It was really pretty along the border.... More mountainous and craggy with twisty roads and valley vistas. We arrived into Highlands and had a coffee and pecan pie at the Old Edwards ...
... across the meadow fronting the shelter. He didn’t move when we arrived, though he greeted us pleasantly. He didn’t move while we unpacked our gear. We returned from collecting water at a nearby stream to find that he stood in exactly the same spot. He didn’t even fidget.
Julie struck up a conversation with this living statue, whose name was Mike. He was section-hiking the Appalachian Trail and was doing about eighty miles on this trip. (Section hiking is ...