September 7, 2011

High Country NC Revisited

Some of you faithful followers might remember one of our first blog posts over a year ago documenting our trip to he mountains. Well, we went back, this time with double the fun with Ezra and Lola. Instead of staying in the charming town of Blowing Rock again, we stayed 30 minutes outside of town in a cabin called "Cliffside" at Cherokee Cove, a Christian family camp.

The camp is located within Cherokee National Forest and sits on the ridgeline of a mountain that is literally the border of North Carolina and Tennessee. In fact, as we traversed the gravel rode up the mountain, we were in NC; as soon as we hit the peak and started driving downhill, we crossed the border into TN. The cabin location was remote to say the least, but the views were breathtaking.

"Hyperbole and a half" you're thinking? Try waking up to this back deck view in the morning...

Cabin Driveway & Other Views from the Back Deck

Around Blowing Rock

Hiking at Grandfather Mountain

 Surprisingly, Ezra loved being in the backpack.

Orchard at Altapass (Revisited from last trip)

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