The Lodge At Tellico
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
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... and felt very welcome.
August 23rd – day 111
We left Maryville before lunch and
headed North through Knoxville TN. We stopped briefly at Clinton
Walmart to get a few supplies and I saw Mr and Mrs Bates from the TV
series, Bringing up Bates (they have 19 kids, hence the reality
show). I scrambled for my cellphone to take a photo (from a distance)
but they were already leaving. Funny place to ...
Sunday morning, we broke camp and headed to Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest. After parking, we did a quick hike along the lower loop of Joyce Kilmer Memorial Loop Trail (#43). The forest is named for the poet Joyce Kilmer who died in combat during World War I. His famous poem “Trees” seemed so appropriate in this beautiful old-growth forest. The trail crosses Little Santeetlah Creek on a footbridge with great views ...
... drove around the lake. Past Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest, we got on Cherohala Skyway. We stopped for a minute here and got some pictures from the Skyway at Santeetlah Gap. Then, we started making our way west into Tennessee. Although it was a mix of sun and clouds when we started, as we headed up in elevation, the clouds got thicker and soon our visibility was next to zero. We didn’t have much of a view from here, but it ...
... down the road and it was level three white water rafting. I was pretty nervous about it as I heard it was easy to fall out but excited at the same time. We were met by him and a couple coming on the boat. They were slightly odd and made me feel very nauseous (bit mean to say I know) but they had no teeth and the lady had hairy armpits and smelt of... Dirt! They were funny however and they were good entertainment but I had to keep holding my breath if they got close. ...
... Cabins at about 8:30 and got checked in and the bikes unloaded. I ran into town to get some groceries and since we got to the house so much later than anticipated we just got some frozen pizza. Our house is really nice and looks like it was a good choice for our group. Tomorrow we tackle the Rattler on our way to Hot Springs with a stop at the Wheels Through Time Motorcycle Museum.