Smokey View Cottages & RV Resort Park
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Our last stop has been Gatlinburg, TN. We enjoyed our visit to the Dixie Stampede and Dollywood. Jim looked all over the place, high and low but never saw Dolly! We ran into the Compton's from Lexington who happened to be here too. We enjoyed having dinner together with Ben, Suzanne, Charlie and Nancy. It was nice to have friends to enjoy a meal with again.
It will be wonderful to be back in South Carolina even though there will be lots of changes from ...
This past weekend, I headed to the mountains to see High Falls on West Fork Tuckaseegee River. August 22 would be the last time this year that Duke Energy would be opening the dam on Lake Glenville for a whitewater release. Sandy had to work this weekend, so I headed out solo. I drove up Friday evening and stayed at the Quality Inn in Sylva, as I wanted to get a quick start in the morning and be there before the dam opened at 10 ...
... a little basketball between rain. Ben, Josh and
Kait took a swim in the afternoon.
In the evening we went for our second
experience at playing Bingo in a Yogi camping ground. This time it
was candy bar Bingo and much more enjoyable. Mainly because it was
dry. It helped that we won more candy bars than we put in! The movie
that night wasn't interesting to us so we hung out in the RV and had
an early night.
Ever since arriving at Outdoor Mission Camp this summer I have been given opportunities to learn new skills to help me be a better letter. The hard-skills so far had been learning how to raft down the Nantahala River which is whitewater with class 3-4 rapids. I have whitewater rafted before, but never have I guided and I can say it is so much fun. My abs and arms did not like the guiding aspect and reminded me that I am no where ...
I knew it. Julie and I had taken a rest break there just a couple of hours before.
“A momma bear and two cubs crossed the trail right there.”
The unfairness of the universe weighed upon me at this news. I could no longer sustain my polite attention to the one-sided “conversation,” and if her husband rolled his eyes one more time I’d die of toxic shock. I needed to be alone, so I grabbed my book and found a quiet ...