Holiday Inn Express Abingdon
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... through the clouds and surprised us all. We could see for miles, the hills and valleys, and the assortment of fall colors... We were so grateful we stayed for one last day hike and our urge to punch #2 Matt faded. Those views were definitely in my top best views, and I couldn't imagine sharing them with a better group of people.
A couple of "firsts" happened on this trip. I made Grace so proud by pooping in the woods for the first time ever. She told me ...
... took nearly 2 hours. Again, no photos allowed, but I have to say it was very impressive. I’m sure there’s lots of info on it on the internet. Then I found my way into Asheville and walked around the downtown area, looked for a few of the spots I’d visited in 2008, took some photos, bought something at Mast General Store (established in 1883) and then moved on. I was already in Tennessee when I saw a ...
... some Amish owned farms. There is a tiny General Store in Burkes Garden that is run by the Amish. We had a great sandwich with homemade sour dough bread. An excellent sandwich and to top it off a bowl of homemade peach ice cream. What a lunch!!
On Friday we took a short couple of mile hike around the lake in Hungry Mother State Park. It was a nice hike and we had a good time. Our campground, called Camp Burson really ...
... and help pay for their care they sell some of them at auction. So if you want one you had better hurry as the auction is at the end of the month. We were going to hike a little further into the park but the fog rolled in and you would have had a hard time seeing any scenery.
On the way over to park there were lots and lots of Christmas tree farms. It was neat seeing thousands of trees all in a row.
It was a ...
... opened out into a field with FOAMhenge. Basically a sculptor had recreated the famous Stonehenge in the UK making it out of foam instead at this random place on the side of the road. Once we'd taken many photos and all had our moment in the limelight we continued on and finally got to our campsite. Everyone seemed to be in a bit of a daze after being in the van so long so we got ...