Alamo Motel & Cottages
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... walked passed their house to the waterfall at the back of their garden. It was so beautiful, and amazing to think that someone lives with this in their yard! We felt like the owners could easily charge a fee to enter their property, or at least take donations for a local charity.
From there most of the falls were a short drive away from each other, but they were all up and down very windy mountain roads. This is not a trip for someone prone to motion sickness! We saw falls ...
... headache, so she was not quite as able to enjoy the scenery as she would have liked. Happily for everyone, she started to feel a little better by the afternoon when we arrived at our accommodation in the town of Brevard.
Brevard is a very pretty town with a lovely main road with cute, historic shops and buildings. It's also known for another unique reason, a population of white squirrels. They really are white, ...
Blue ridge parkway in the smoky mountains. Rode a stretch that was so narrow and as tight as anything on the dragon. Kent started the day with his shirt on backwards! Ha!! Cool up in the mountains , had to pull out a jacket! Great day! Heading out tomorrow back to Kentucky starting ...
... Skyway was cancelled as it's very bleak and cold when it's raining due to its altitude, so we went in the other direction, we had not gone far before we had to stop to put water proofs on but Tom had left his wife's rain gear behind so we had to wait while he went back to get them but by the time he had got back ...
was the first day we started our breakfast schedule. Everyone is
divided into families and each day the families are responsible for
meals. Today was Amanda's group, which includes Kyle, Danielle,
Marty, and Tesla. We had cereal and pop tarts for breakfast. Once
everyone was done with breakfast, we had a short devotion before we
left to hit the trail. The trail we did today is called Waternob, and
boy was it steep. Everyone made it ...