The Overnighters

Address: 635 Snowbird Road, Robbinsville, North Carolina, 28771, United States | Villa
 
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This villa, located on 635 Snowbird Road, Robbinsville, is near Cherohala Skyway and Santeetlah Lake.
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    Travel Blogs from Robbinsville

    Heigh Ho, Heigh Ho it's off to work we go!

    A travel blog entry by sepayouth on May 25, 2015

    Work group #2 takes off to return back to Living Waters Church to assist with cleaning the rooms, organizing of the food pantry and painting the shelves and floor. The amount of girl power in the atmosphere was liberating. Robin, Liz, Leah, Nicole, Lizzy, Danielle, and Kelsey were ready to take on any challenges and tackle any tasks thrown their way. Connecting with the Pastor's wife, Lisa and their grown children we developed a beautiful relationship. They told ...

    Worship, Fellowship, Learning, and Fun, of course

    A travel blog entry by sepayouth on May 24, 2015

    ... with his sermon and their Cherokee chants. Leaving our fears, anxieties, concerns and troubles at home we focused on living in the moment. They supplied us with a generous lunch and sent us on our way as we had a free day and spent the day as tourist on the main tourist strip of the reservation.

    Walking in to the Cherokee museum and observing the Cherokee history, soaking ...

    Fun day just relaxing

    A travel blog entry by sidsnow on May 16, 2015

    1 photo

    Fished the Tuck today. It was not my best day, but the Tuck is always a great place to fish. It was Saturday morning and just finding a parking place was a challenge. However, by 12:30 it was starting to clear out so there was room to fish my favorite spots. Barb went into Franklin, NC with some knitters from our camping group and had fun touching all the yarns. The group went to dinner at Willy's BBQ and enjoyed a campfire to finish the day.

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    A Hiker By Any Other Name Stinks Just As Much

    A travel blog entry by jwatson on Apr 04, 2015

    24 photos

    ... this one with an old stone fire tower, and it had an amazing view of the area and even Franklin. Mooch and I hung out there for quite some time enjoying the view and sun and taking to other hikers we knew before heading the last about half-mile to the shelter. Smokescreen, it turned out, had pressed on, so the group was sort of inverted from the past few days of hikes, with Mooch and I in the same place with the other guys off on their own. Even though there was still space in ...

    One Down, Thirteen To Go

    A travel blog entry by jwatson on Mar 29, 2015

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... it was a fairly easy day and fairly cold, so we didn't want to stop hiking when we reached the campground at 11 miles. We climbed Mount Albertson, which is one of the steepest parts of the trail. It was almost like rock climbing at points, having to scramble with our hands and haul ourselves up. I had a couple of almost-falling moments, where I windmilled my arms and tried to keep my pack from dragging me backward before jamming my trekking poles down. On the way up it ...