Hiking in Linville Gorge

11/15/19 Mike, Gina and I I just love hiking in the Linville Gorge. Today I got to show it off to someone who hasn't been there. That was so much fun! Her ears might be burning because I surely played trail guide! I could hardly contain my excitement. The first place I wanted to go... Continue Reading →

Mr. Crammerer

11/2/19 Sherri and I Today is the big hike! It's over an hour from where we stayed in Cherokee back towards I-40. The cars in the lot are frozen this morning! We didn't know how to dress. We checked out and headed through Maggie Valley where we stopped at pancake house and chowed down on,... Continue Reading →

Stone Mountain NC

Mike, Cooper, Tucker, Sherri and I 9/14-9/15 This weekend we are going to do things a bit different.  It is not very normal to head to a state park for me.  They are great don't get me wrong but there are so many cool places to hike in North Carolina that are not in a... Continue Reading →

Kentucky Day 2

Ashley, Mike snd I 9/1/19. 5.8 miles hiking approx 500 driving miles No real plan today. Going to head back into the Red River Gorge. Ashley says we should go to Cumberland Falls. So we did. It's a long way from Lexington. I didn't know but it's a big tourist area with hotel, camping, cabins,... Continue Reading →

Waterfallin near Cherokee

Lisa and I 8/22/19 11 miles After we left Holly at Panthertown we drove to Cherokee NC. We decided to do Enloe Falls. It's an 8 mile hike. We drove towards the trail head and it was just a few miles from Indian River campground where we stayed a couple months ago. It's. Great campground.... Continue Reading →

Waterfall chasing

Lisa snd I 7/12/19 7 am we headed out. No exact plan because it was going to be a 2 night trek but things change. Lisa had a VERY aggressive waterfall list from Highlands, Robbinsville, Murphy, Franklin, and Collowhee. We decided to go to Cullowhee first. The plan was now Piney Mountain Falls and Bearwallow... Continue Reading →

Cades Cove and Abrams Falls

6/7/19 Sherri, Mary and I Cades Cove is an 11 mile loop in the Great Smokey Mountains. It's a very popular spot. Luckily it was Friday and it was a day with a huge threat of rain! This means less people!!!! When driving through if you see a big group of people out of there... Continue Reading →

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