Cabins at Seven Foxes
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- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... they were trading shifts but i think they were just to lazy to come to their rescue. They were in a hot metal elevator burning up until someone came and pried them out. I would never go to this hotel again. We told them to give us more than fifty dollars but they refused.
... The last four hours of which -- you know, the mountain part -- were in pouring rain and the last 15 miles -- you know, to the inn part -- were in pouring rain and pitch black darkness on the Blue Ridge Parkway. I literally kissed the ground when I got out of the car. Then drank the better half of a bottle of Gewurztraminer with dinner.
Lesson learned. This year, I broke up that drive into two parts. Much more civilized. And sanity saving. Last night was spent ...
... Before we had communion, Joe washed our feet, portraying the message Jesus left for the disciples to carry on. This worship was a great closing to the week. After worship ended, and we were ready to watch Surf's Up. We watched it, laughing along the way. When the movie was finished, Joe declared it time for bed, and we were happy to. The last day at the house, was probably the best time in the house. ...
Day 3: Rose Creek Gem Mine, 4 buckets of dirt for $20
Rates on their website: Dig-Your-Own from the mining tunnel: 2 for $10, all refills $5 (10 refills for $45. Minor miners, 8 & under can help adults)
The mine was in Franklin, so off we went on this day's adventure. Thao ended up paying just for herself and got 2 buckets of dirt which were perfect for Mika and Esen. Phan stood back and ...
In the morning, the rain had finally stopped, but the campground was thoroughly soaked. Luckily, our tent had remained dry through the night though. We had breakfast and arranged the day's adventures - a trip to see Flat Creek Falls and then Panthertown Valley. From the campsite, we took US-64 west to NC-281 north and drove for about five miles or so to Rock Bridge Road in the Little Canada area of Jackson County. It's about four miles ...