Rock Haven Terrace Motel
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... Play. Be still. Whatever you want. Except that."
If my idea of camping is no room service after 11 pm, that kiddo's idea of camping is probably no electronics.
And by my criterion, I suppose I'm camping at the moment. Here on Mt Pisgah. In an inn. Where there are all the comforts of home. But no phones. And no room service. But it doesn't matter. Because it's glorious.
I'm flying solo now -- have been for a couple of days, as the boys took a ...
We pulled into a very small six spot park and picked out our spot next to a babbling creek that was nestled up to the Pisgua National Forest. It was a beautiful, peaceful spot. We stayed very busy here visiting the Biltmore, Chimney Rock, Lake Lure, downtown Asheville, River Arts District and East Asheville, The weather cooled off a bit into the mid 80's and being cradled between the mountains, our campsite was even cooler with ...
Today was a very relaxed day. Due to the weather and Connor's injury from the day prior, we decided to leave today to relax. The day started of with a delicious treat. Joe made stuffed french toast, which were very yummy. After breakfast, Joe gathered us for devotion where we again did the 21st century foot washing. Once we finished, and had discussed the foot washing, Joe explained that today was ...
... Jelly. We tried all the
jam and jellies then left for Pigeon Forge. We drove around for a
Go-Cart place to stop and have fun. We found one, stopped, and
checked to see the prices. They gave us a great deal and we started
racing. It was going good until last lap when Connor got sandwiched
between to carts. He got slammed, hit his head on the pad of the
cart, then went ...
Today we drove to the town of Cherokee, which is set in a lovely valley, but largely consists of establishments on the tacky side. Avoiding the huge Indian casino, we toured the very good Cherokee Indian Museum. An excellent presentation of the history of these people. The Trail of Tears when the tribes were forcibly marched (many perished on the way) from their homelands to Oklahoma so that their land could be ...
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