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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... colored Blue Jays and Red Cardinals along with other unidentified birds. Then on our camping trip I was blessed to see a mama wood duck with a large family of baby ducks, want to talk about adorable! I also sighted a large frog and a baby snake when I was collecting fire wood. I am a firm believer that if you are one with nature, nature will be one with you and this is easily seen with all my animal encounters.
... fund raising goal is $1,500 which will allow me to serve the Lord this summer while at OMC. The Bible states that “each of you should give what he has decided in his heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver,” (2 Cor 9:7). If you are able to contribute, checks can be made out and mailed to OMC. I ask you to please consider supporting me as I faithfully embark on this mission. Thank you in advance and God bless ...
... some pictures before making the
treacherous climb back up. For the most part, it was all downhill from
here. When we got back to Daniel Ridge Loop Trail, we turned right to
finish up the loop and hike FSR 137 back to the car. Overall, it was
successful long weekend. Even with the difficulty in finding
accommodations, we still managed to get 17 waterfalls in three days. On
the way home, we had stop at Las Salsas in Morganton for a delicious
meal of ...
... a couple pictures, we climbed up the left side of the waterfall and then rock-hopped upstream a short ways to Upper Waterfall on Bubbling Spring Branch. This waterfall slides down a rock face about 30 feet, but again the water level was kind of puny. We got a couple pictures and headed back. I was planning to get Wildcat Falls next, but the camping area at the trailhead was full and there was nowhere to park. So we continued another mile or so to a pull-off at ...
... wasn’t! Really wasn’t our day! Instead we drove the Cades Cove loop road, which is a one-way track through the Cades Cove Valley with various points of historical interest. We stopped off and did a few little walks at some of the points, such as the John Oliver cabin, primitive Baptist and Methodist churches and the Cable Mill. It was at the latter where we spoke to some park rangers about the black bears of the area and had it ...