Skyline Lodge and Restaurant
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... saw a couple of chickens running around and stopped to get some pictures. Suddenly, I heard through a megaphone a ranger scream “Step away from the wild animal!” Surely, she couldn’t have been scolding me about getting too close to a chicken. They’re not really wild! No, it was some idiot getting too close to the elk. And he was completely ignoring the ranger. She repeated her command to ...
... level was a little low and much of it was obscured by foliage. Nonetheless, it was a pretty waterfall that doesn’t require much effort to see it. Continuing on the trail for about a half-mile, we came to a split and turned right on Indian Creek Trail. Almost immediately, there was a spur trail to the left that led down to a view of Indian Creek Falls. It’s a 20-foot cascading waterfall ...
... We tried to find the nearby Mooney Falls, but didn’t have any luck finding the trailhead, so we continued on. Back at US-64, we went east for a short ways and got on Wayah Road. In about 6 miles, we turned left on Forest Service Road 388 (Boardtree Road). This road isn’t listed on the GPS and it though we were driving off road. But there was a road here and we followed it about 2 miles to the trailhead for Rufus Morgan Falls Trail (#27). ...
... 8217; Tavern, just up the road from our hotel. Eating at the bar, I had a cheeseburger and Sandy had venison meat loaf and we both really enjoyed our meals. I also had an Autumn Russian, a cocktail made with pumpkin-spice vodka, Kahlua, cream, and a dash of nutmeg. It was yummy! After dinner, we headed back to the hotel and took a dip in the hot tub before bed. Our next day in Little Canada was going to be a challenging ...
... between Dry Falls and Cullasaja Falls. This is a smaller cascade named for a quarry that used to be here. This is a popular swim hole and people slide down the falls into the pool below. But it was getting late and we didn't have time to stay long. By the time we had taken a few pictures and got back on the road, it was starting to get dark. So we made our way back to camp, stopping on the way again in Cashiers for a bite to ...