The Smith House
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
Photos of The Smith House
Travel Blogs from Dahlonega
... amazing pizzeria was followed by alpine mini-golf (yours truly emerging victorious. Of course.) before a chilled night in the cabin. Which led us to Sunday 28th, and check out ahead of the 6 and a half hour drive to the Florida panhandle. I write this from the beach there so the next thing you hear from us will most likely involve a lot of sunburn!! Love you all, will see you soon (but not too soon!) ...
... a bear canister, which virtually no one on the trail has. The hike was pleasant even though it was overcast and misty. It kept the day cool while we hiked, although all the mists blocked the views. Lance Creek was crowded since everyone was stopping before the bear canister section, but Smokescreen, Co-ed, Mooch and I all ended up right next to each other and hung out with everyone until dark. It was a very festive atmosphere with so many people there.
The last push to ...
... it our base camp for a few days. Forest Hills Resort, 13 miles out of town is a large farm with individual log cabins that can be rented. Ours featured a hot tub, fire place, wrap-around porch and beautiful views of mountain forest. Horse riding, wagon trails and a intimate chapel are all perks of Forest Hills but we opted for the hiking trials instead. Breakfast is included but dinners can be reserved. Well worth saving ...
Fred and Mary Beth served up another good breakfast: fresh corn fritters, a veggie sauté, and a fruit bowl. This morning another couple joined us, but the conversation was not as relaxed or lengthy.
I think the four of us think alike at such times. It's over, so let's get back home forthwith.
Which we did, with my negotiating ...
... washed away a bunch of the gravel, so there’s big ruts. I was a little nervous about this. The downhill drive was easy. The uphill gravel, not so much. It was a little hairy. I did, however, manage to get up it without dropping the bike……thank goodness!!! I did stall it though. I was sitting there holding the clutch and the brake and wondering, “Ok, how do I start it without letting go of either the clutch or the ...