Jonathan Creek Inn and Villas
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... floods and devastation. A lot has happened while we've been away but we have been proud of the way our state has rebounded and are moving forward.
We're excited to be getting home tomorrow. We’ve been very fortunate through all our travels and have enjoyed sharing our adventures with our friends and family. We’re glad I wrote the blog because it’s already hard to remember some of the names of places we’ve been!
... After getting my stuff together, I hiked down past the gate and went left at the fork. The trail loops around and then follows West Fork Tuckaseegee River upstream. In about a mile and a half, flagging tape indicated a short spur trail to the right that led to the river. Across the river, Rough Run flowed into West Fork Tuckaseegee River at Rough Run or Thurston Hatcher Falls. The other side of the river is ...
... br> Kaitlin made friends with a family who
had a girl either side of her in age so they swam together. We were
going to get together round the fire pit but it rained so they
watched a movie in the club house instead. Had a good chat to the dad
about travel and life. He had a tramping friend who had been to New
Zealand earlier this year and told them they had to go visit NZ at
some stage. Well, of course, everyone should!
... hard work trying to keep up with Bob and Tom on their KTM's as it was very slippery in places but the BMW coped well with the trails especially the dry hard packed gravel, Tom was quite surprised to find me hot on his tail.
It's our last night here with Bob and Jude, I can't believe we have been here 10 days and ...
... asleep and had little energy.
Joe woke everyone up with the radio, turning it really loud and making sure it wouldn't go higher. When everyone was awake for the second time, we took in the marvelous mountain views. The road was very windy and the land was full of crops. The area, to us, was very rural. There was no chain restaurant for a good twenty minutes, and the land was littered with family made houses that looked to have been there for decades. ...