Rodeway Inn Brevard
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... that took 2 hours and we walked 2 miles and went 230 feet underground. After that we went on to rally with 21 other Floridians in Crossville, TN. There is lots to do and see in Crossville. We visited an amish community one day, and another day went to ...
... her voice as she said "well then, seeing as how this is a special occasion, let me go ahead and give you a complementary upgrade." We headed outside to find a brand-new, just washed white Ford Mustang! My mom climbed in, getting swallowed by the plush seat, just barely able to see over the dashboard! She is not a fan of this sports car but I think it's a whole lot of fun!
Can't wait to see the balloons tomorrow!
... didn’t allow photography inside. However, my smile for the day was from a T-shirt someone was wearing. It said: I was addicted to the Hokey Pokey but then I turned myself around. :)
From there I went to the Blue Ridge Parkway Information Centre and got a paper map of the parkway and watched their short movie. I was disappointed because mostly they were promoting the touristy things you can do along ...
... to get some pictures, enjoy the view, and relax after the strenuous climb up, then continued on the trail. Going down from Pilot Mountain, the trail was again overgrown, but shortly it leveled off and became more open as we followed an old road. There were some campsites and several splits in the trail, which was poorly marked. Using maps and GPS, we were able to figure the way out and after another mile and ...
... from a forest fungus. Shortly after the trail leveled off, a side path marked by flagging tape led down to the base of Upper Dill Falls, a very scenic 25-foot waterfall. In total, it may be even higher, but it was difficult to see the upper portions. And the recent rain made climbing too far up on the rocks dangerous. After a few minutes, we headed back to the end of the forest road and then took the middle path that led down to Dill Falls. Dill Falls is ...