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... in the back seat?
We encountered some traffic due to construction, stopped for lunch but otherwise stayed on track. The landscape is beginning to roll more with hills and valleys and colours are changing. There is still a lot of pine but more hardwood. Blossoms are pink, purple, white and yellow. Forsythia is crazy good. When we reach the Smokey Mountains, Tony is in charge of the car and Robert the music.
With any spectacular scenery it is ...
... Something odd but good had happened to me on the trail. A few days earlier, I had stopped at a shelter for a five minute break and a Snickers, and when I was talking to some other hikers there one mentioned that he had found a hammock tarp in an earlier shelter and was packing it out to put in a hiker box somewhere and just get it off the trail. He was asking if other hammockers wanted it, and I went ahead and took it to see if it was better than mine. When I checked ...
Menu Item: Ham & Hash brown Omelet
Notes: Came with onions and 3 buttermilk pancakes also
Comments: It was good but not as good as I hoped. There wasn't enough substance to the omelet. The pancakes were just average.
Overall Impression: Below average omelet with average ...
Menu Item: Reese’s Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Pancakes
Notes: Chocolate and peanut butter filled pancakes, smothered in peanut butter, and whipped cream
Comments: Hands down the best pancakes I’ve ever eaten. The peanut butter is real Reese’s peanut butter and makes the pancakes. The whipped cream and chocolate sauce drizzle ...
... 8217;t want to be within grabbing distance of a wild carnivore. Finally, Randy put his poles up over his head to make himself look bigger, and lunged towards the bear with a loud, "hah!" That was a bit more than the bear could handle and it took off.
"Bears are nothing to be afraid of, it's snakes you've got to worry about," he said. He'd once encountered a copperhead at a shelter site, right next to the bear cables. The snake was busy swallowing a frog when Randy came upon ...