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... our way to the parkway entrance we thought we should get a bathroom break so we stopped at a McDonalds just before. Since it was after 11:00, I decided that I would get a little something to hold me over, like a Quarter Pounder with Cheese meal. They apparently did not think anyone was going to buy any of those today, since they didn’t have quarter pound patties on the grill. In fact, I was there at least 15 minutes before they even started cooking ...
... the A/C company in the morning to see if they can help me in the time frame I have available. Keep your fingers crossed.
At least I got this blog posted on the correct date. It is going to be an earlier night tonight and the weather says it will be 62 degrees. We sure like the cooler nights.
By the way, there are plenty of pictures of Harley today, Pam. I also added one to yesterday’s post.
Talk to you all ...
Monday morning, we had breakfast at the hotel and then packed up our
stuff and checked out. We headed back to Pisgah Forest one more time.
On FSR-475, we continued past Cove Creek Group Camp and parked at the
trailhead for Toms Spring Falls. There are a number of primitive
camping sites along FSR 137, so the parking lot was almost full. After
getting out stuff together, we hiked across Davidson River on the
bridge and turned right on FSR 5046. It was just a ...
... for recommendations to breakfast, sign up for another night’s camping and ask about Biltmore tickets. Snippy is working again but seems to be in better spirits. She cheerfully answers our questions, giving us two options, with directions, for breakfast and highly recommends the Biltmore Mansion tour.
When I ask how much she says, with a deadpan look , "$59.00 per person for a one day pass, discounted."
... have the land remain Forest and sold this property to the Federal Government and it became the major part of the Pisgah National Forest.
During World War II, 62 paintings (including Gilbert Stuart's - George Washington) and works by Rembrandt, Raphael and Anthony van Dyck were moved to the National Gallery in Washington, DC to protect them from possible harm should their be an innovation of the United States.