Knights Inn Franklin
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... They also give you hats and write what ever they like on them. One lady had a hat on that said 'I use to be a man'. Our hats weren't as funny and insulting as others.There was also an Asian guy in the restaurant , the second another Asian guy came in he yelled across the restaurant 'Yo Asia your long lost brother is over here'. In all it was funny but you have to be able to take a joke, you have all been warned.
We woke up early again and quickly broke camp, then making
our way to Pickens County. From the
camp, we took SC-107 north almost to NC, then SC-130 down to SC-11 to cross
Lake Jocassee/Lake Keowee. Just across
the lake, we turned on Cleo Chapman Highway and took this to Eastatoe Community
Road and turned on Water Falls Road.
This road terminates at the trailhead for Twin Falls. The hike to Twin Falls is ...
... Todd was looking for unsweetened tea.....honey, you're in the south, that's sacrilegious. I asked the male cashier if they had unsweetened tea, and he replied in a very sweet voice that we were in the south, and EVERYTHING is sweet down here....yes, he was.....
Stopped at Legends biker bar in Maggie for nachos and a few beers. First time I had ever been in that place - it's usually too crowded with more of those loud, dirty biker types....��
... Good lunch though.
I *******-out for 2 hours while Todd sat on the balcony watching the river. Didn't go to dinner; just munched on **** we got at the local gas station/hot dog joint/drug store/liquor store.
Early to bed again. I am babying my poor sun-burned face, but I think I cracked it laughing so hard at the show "Porter Ridge". A show about hill-billies - absolutely hysterical....not much on the tube down here.
... of life serendipity.
It's been a marvelous day here off the Blue Ridge Parkway. My dear friend Bill drove over from his vacation house in Banner Elk to have lunch, a laugh and lots of gossip. It was the perfect accessory to my day of words, both written by someone else and by myself. I've not left the property here -- but there's really been no need to. A lovely respite from being behind the wheel of my ...