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We left MI on September 23, with a stop in Wayland MI to have the awning replaced. From there we went to Cave City in KY and visited the Caves National Park. Mamouth Cave is the largest caves in the US, over 400 miles long. We went on a tour of one of ...
... at Curate which is a Spanish Tapas Bar and Resto....very yummy food ....we had yummy potatos, a beet and citrus salad,yummy shrimp, a crudités and cheese platter, lamb swish kabobs, pork tenderloin, and yummy eggplant. Nice wine w And beer too. Then we came back to Tiffanys and played Rummikub all night. Will be sad to leave tomorrow. We could enjoy a few more days of this luxury and ...
... to the Parkway. Hwy 70 was very twisty but pretty and the Parkway continued with lots of curves, but the colors were changing and we stopped at a number of "Overlooks" and the views were beautiful....Forest everywhere. Inez wasn't feeling too well so we didn't do any of the hikes. We eventually arrived at the Pisgah Inn where we stopped for lunch...awesome view from the reastaurant ...
We woke up early as breakfast is at 8:30... Met some very nice people from N Carolina and S Caolina.....all 3 other couples have been here multiple times. We were greeted by the chef Kate, and started with fresh berries and cream, then a wonderful pecan covered French toast, then a fresh banana custard parfait...of course there was as much coffee and tea as we wanted. Just right amounts and quite delicious. We then explored the grounds....a nice pathway in the woods ...
... guide, Monica, falling out of the
raft. The over all experience was great even with the freezing cold
water. Lots of paddling later, we ended up taking a break on some of
the coolest rocks around the river. The rocks were perfect for
jumping, and Jeff knew right were too go. Jeff obviously has been
doing this for a while, and this was evident when he walked across
the river to help another raft, which had gotten stuck on some nearby
rocks. The trip was great ...