Hearth and Home Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... have an online giving account set-up that is secure and easy to do at https://securegive.yfc.net/jsullivan.
As far as prayer requests I pray that God can work towards bring light to the false beliefs written on our campers and SHERPAS lives and replace them with the truths of God's love. I also ask for prayers that God can be fully present at the camp so Satan does not have a chance to get a foothold.
Jamie "Sweet Tea" Sullivan ...
... point in TN and the third highest east of the Mississippi. Unfortunately when we got up there we were in the clouds and could see very little. We did meet an interesting guy up there though. We got into Cherokee and wanted to stop somewhere. Due to the lack of other places we ended up at the Casino. We all lost some money (except Eddie) and drove back to our house for a late dinner. Overall this has been an excellent trip. No one got hurt, no bikes were damaged and we are all ...
... 8217;t that great. We saw a faint path heading down past the wooden overlook, so we followed it to try to find a better view. It was quite steep and we had to hold on to rhododendron branches to get down. We came out at a spot at the base of a 15-foot or so cascade over several rock ledges. This part of the waterfall is just below the part we could see from ...
... strong as I used to be :-( overall though it is a joy and is a game to me as I try to avoid rocks and trees while also attempting to hit the best waves. When I wasn't guiding and riding as a participant I got to goof off like standing up in the raft was we went through rapids in attempts not to fall, which I did not accomplish. I also boat hopped into another guides boat just to surprise them and make the slow parts of the river ...
... and I saw first hand how they tore up the vegetation around the trail. The park service has tried to protect certain areas from boar by fencing them off. We crossed one such enclosure. To get into it and out of it we had to walk up and over grates that the pigs apparently cannot cross. Periodically, rangers hunt and kill the boar. Sometimes they leave the carcasses for the bears. We never saw a boar, though one night I heard one.
Other animals left us mementos of their ...