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Oh my, what a shock! But let me begin at the beginning When we left Chattanooga, we high tailed it for the Cherohala Skyway. Weather report had suggested there would be bad weather in the afternoon so we tried to beat the weather. Unfortunately it didn't quite work out that way and we didn't get up onto the Skyway before the rain - lots of it came through. What a bummer. We couldn't see the scenery at all and riding ninths driving rain ...
... to civilization, we headed down the scenic trail, the one that was supposed to take us up to the highest point in the park for a scenic view of the lake. Well, the trail certainly took us to the highest point in the park. The top of the mountain, however, did not live up to the scenic view we had been hoping for. The edge was covered in trees and I couldn't see the lake. We signed our name on the bench and headed down the ...
... the boys are at the race. This is not the first time I've been stranded in a hotel around a town called Bristol.... Yesterday I navigated through flat roads of Pennsylvania and the outrageous hills of West Virginia. This is not a trip you just hop on the thruway for (although we did pass Fredonia!!). Other drivers must have thought I hadn't heard of google Maps; I had four maps of four different states spread out before me with a highlighter as my Dad ...
The rain is over, partially cloudy weather - perfect for a hiking trip up to the water tower in the nearby mountains!
So, we take the (hand-drawn) map that we got, a container for collecting yummy blackberries, some water - and off we go!
Well, the hand-drawn map and the (completely non-existing) trail ...
... that day - but it doesn't matter. We sit at the porch of the Cafe and enjoy a tea and some quiet time.
Lots of wild life around us: bunnies, deer, fawn, fire flies, snakes,...
The kids served us boiled eggs, coffee, and tea in the morning.