Valle Crucis Farm (VC Farm)
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... ll explore Lenoir and enjoy some down time.
Day 33 of 49 (Oct 10). Yesterday was a “do nothing” kind of day. Other than a late afternoon trip to town to pick up coffee and a few other items we just sat around and enjoyed the nice weather. The most excitement we had was the SUV on fire in the parking lot at Walmart. Can you imagine being inside, shopping, when they call your car make, model & license plate numbers over ...
Left Chattanooga reasonably early about 9.15am. I had experimented with google maps earlier and found another boutique brewery about where we wanted to go. The Appalachian Mountain brewery website said they made and sold a range of different beers. It also said they did tours of their brewery. Steve's turn to drive, so we set the Garmin for the destination and started out. Easy travelling for most of the way. Just the usual ...
As most of you are aware Sheila and I depart at the end of this month for two months in Europe. We have signed on with this travel blog and will send comments and pictures as we move around. Should you not desire to receive these, just let me know and I'll delete you;). There should be a picture here of some idiot up a pole.
Fred & ...
... great family atmosphere. Great for couples,
honeymooners, retirees, snowbirds, young people, golfers, tennis
players, skiers, snowboarders, tubers, etc.
Very quiet & private, yet very convenient to everything. Enjoy
spectacular sunrises & sunsets as you sip your favorite beverages
from your own private balcony, & build a warm, cozy fire for those
cool nights in your own private fireplace in the villa.
... hindered the line’s construction, but in 1908 the Clinchfield Railroad opened, complete with an engineering marvel: the Clinchfield loops, consisting of 18 tunnels in 13 miles of track built beside and below the present-day Orchard. Four thousand immigrants crowded those slopes to build the bed and tunnels, with many dying in accidents, fights and murders.The railroaders rechristened McKinney Gap as Altapass, or ...