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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... need to catch up to me and Smokescreen, and then we'll be hitting up Walmart to resupply. Early this morning we went to a free pancake breakfast at the First Baptist Church in town. They feed hikers all they can eat every single day. Everyone in town's been very generous, and it will be tough to get back on the trail tomorrow after all this free food.
Day 9: 12.2 miles, Plumorchard Gap Shelter to Standing Indian Shelter (crossed into NC)
Day 10: 16.2 ...
... of the most beautiful views I've ever seen in my life. I usually start my day at around 6:30 so I'm able to see the sunrise everyday, and in the Smokies the sunrises are magnificent. Me and Stealth were able to make it through the Smokies in 4 days and we are on our way to Hot Springs, North Carolina. 275 miles down, a lot more to go. ...
After a night in London we motored on over to Asheville NC. Oh yea, it was London KY, not the other one....Anywho, we found a funky little park right near the freeway that had some interesting rv's camping there. See Attached pic's. Anywho, we intended to just over night here, but found out that there was a big 'ol house to see, so we did...see it that is. The guy that designed and built the Central Park in New York ...
... we call micro-trash, tiny things like the top of a gel packet, or one of those plastic ties that hold tags to new clothing. The shelters were the most polluted areas, usually because of aluminum foil left in the fire pits, and the disgusting fields of used toilet paper around the latrines.
The boys from Britain were interesting and entertaining, but the next visitors rubbed me entirely the wrong way. "They look like death warmed over," Julie whispered to me as they approached ...
... road bed for about a mile and a half.
Although the trail has steady elevation gain, it is pretty easy at this
point. At 1.5 miles, there is a "traffic circle" and the Ramsey Cascade
Trail now becomes more narrow and steeper. The trail follows the Ramsey
Prong of Little Pigeon River closely for the most of the way up. There
are numerous cascades as the river flows next to the trail and so plenty
of opportunities to stop for pictures. This part ...