Budget Motel Rockwood
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Didn't have far to go from Knoxville to visit overnight with our South FL Corvette friends transplanted to TN. Dave and Linda took us on a trip thru the back roads thru the Cherohala Skyway and stopping at the Bald River Falls which was a beautiful area. We drove thru a lot of small towns Athens and Etowah and then a delicious meal at a local diner. It was good to see their piece of quiet paradise!!
We played golf at Sapphire Country club in Cashiers two days ago. It was one of the top five best golf days of my life.
The mountain course has a lot of elevation gain and loss: tees that are, oh, 8 stories above a tiny green. If you miss the fairway, you are guaranteed a lie that is well above or below your feet. Betsy said, "we should have brought our hiking poles with us." After ...
... when we stopped just north of Chattanooga. The first time we set anchor, we thought we were through for the night but then we started to drift. Of course, that was right after I had retired to the shower.When I heard Bart start the engines without any warning, I knew to come running. We had drifted quite a bit in a very narrow cove. Fortunately, the second time was the charm and we had a peaceful night, anchored in the shadow of Grey's Bluff.
All in all, a lovely day.
Today was Bart's birthday. Happy Birthday to my love. It was a terrific day. We woke up to chilly but sunny weather. It warmed up quickly. We traveled for about six hours and reached Lowe's Branch Embayment where we anchored for the night. It was our second attempt at anchoring that day. The first place we dropped anchor was quite windy in spite of being billed as having total wind protection. ...
... so that was a bust. If we'd known the chairlift wasn't running we most likely would have headed farther south before camping. There was a path behind the closed visitor's center out to an overlook so we took that. The tunnel itself was pretty amazing, however. Eroded out by water, some 800+ feet big enuf for a train and a stream beside it. I was pretty frustrated with the wet tent. The morning sun didn't hit our site so we hung around til 11:15 to give it a good shot ...