FUN THINGS TO DO IN ASHEVILLE - North Carolina
We had an awesome trip to Asheville, North Carolina! Check out some of the cool things to do there, like whitewater SUP, foraging for mushrooms, driving the Blue Ridge Parkway, local beer tasting, exploring waterfalls, and enjoying the town's music & art scene.
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Walt Disney World Resort Orlando, Florida
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Tiny Fox | Smoky Mountains [Newport, TN]
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Recently stayed at this Tiny House during our trip to the Smoky Mountains. Tammy and Sam, the property owners, were extremely welcoming and I would highly recommend this place to anyone looking to get away.
Tiny Fox is a rustic experience in a great location. Located in Cosby/Newport Tennessee approximately 35-40 minutes from Gatlinburg.
This type of “Tiny Cabin” of less than 300 sqft is debuting across the United States providing a primitive experience with comfort at an affordable rental rate. Perched among the trees overlooking a crisp mountain stream and swimming/fishing pond next to the Cherokee National Forest. The cabin will accommodate 2-4 guests comfortably, it provides a full-size bed in the loft, sitting area with sleeping sofa, a sleeping loft or storage area, full bath with stand up shower, kitchen with sink, mini fridge, stove top and lots of storage. There is also a small table with seating for 2.
The cabin is pet-friendly but we recommend not to bring large dogs(Pet fee is $35.00 per stay and needs to be paid in CASH upon arrival). The cabin is equipped with heat and AC, towels, linens and kitchen necessities. Tiny Fox surroundings are secluded with access to hiking trails, a pond, a wood-fired sauna and Wooden Soaking tub available. The sauna and Soaking tub is an additional charge($20 Sauna for 3 hr session/ $20 Tub for 1 hr session payable in cash), also available are Massages-all by appointment only. You can also purchase Firewood ($8 per bundle; payable in cash).
With a 4 wheel drive, you can park right at the cabin or with a regular vehicle parking is approximately 600 ft away. Your neighbors at Tiny Owl are 500 ft away but you still enjoying your full privacy.The cabin provides fire pit with grill, picnic table, charcoal grill. All of this streamside, secluded and part of Mother Nature. What are you waiting for? Experience this new way of getting back to nature and enjoying plenty of comfort.
Big Bald | Appalachian Trail
Experience the summit of Big Bald via the Appalachian Trail! Hike started at a parking area in the Wolf Laurel community where the hazardous weather section bypasses the summit. There are great views of the Black Mountain Range to the east which contains Mt. Mitchell, the highest peak in the Eastern United States!
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Captured September 2017.
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A Journey Through Kerala God's Own Country Ernakulam to Thrissur - Kochuveli Bangalore Express
Kerala is India's God's Own Country. God's Own Country, is a phrase meaning an area, region or country supposedly favoured by God, that was first used to describe the Wicklow Mountains in Ireland, and has subsequently been used to refer to various places, including Australia, Canada, England (Cornwall, Surrey, Yorkshire, Northumberland), United States, New Zealand, Indian state of Kerala, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland.
The expression was first used to describe the Wicklow Mountains of Ireland by the Georgian British writer Edward du Bois, writing under the pseudonym A Knight Errant in 1807.
When used in reference to England, God's own country refers to the legend that as a boy Jesus of Nazareth visited England with his great uncle, Joseph of Arimathea. The event itself inspiring the musical prelude to William Blake's Milton, the piece And did those feet in ancient time also known as 'Jerusalem' which has become an unofficial anthem of England. The poem asks did Jesus visit England in ancient times, and in so doing created the New Jerusalem, or heaven in England.
Another first usage of the term by Edward du Bois was in a poem describing the English county of Surrey in 1839. The phrase was also used in its more literal meaning to refer to Heaven, in a poem by Elizabeth Harcourt Rolls Mitchell in 1857.
The phrase is also used to describe Yorkshire, England's largest county. This is used interchangeably with God's Own County.
The phrase later found sporadic use to describe several American regions. Most known is the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. It was also used by the Confederate army to describe parts of Tennessee in the 1860s. The phrase was also used to describe California in the 1860s, and by Clement Laird Vallandigham to describe the land of the Mississippi plains. None of these remain widely used to describe a region, though it is still occasionally used to describe the United States overall.
During World War II, German Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels sarcastically mocked the US as Aus Gottes eigenem Land (From God's Own Country) in an essay that appeared in the German newspaper Das Reich on August 9, 1942. Goebbels ridiculed America as a young land that lacked culture, education and history in contrast with Germany. In 1943, the Nazis published an anti-American, anti-semitic propaganda book written by Erwin Berghaus called USA - nackt!: Bilddokumente aus Gottes eigenem Land (USA naked! Photo documents from God's own country) which also mockingly characterized the US with the phrase. Several modern German newspapers such as Die Welt, Der Tagesspiegel and Die Zeit have also used the phrase Gottes eigenes Land (God's own country) to criticize American culture and society.
The earliest recorded use of the phrase as applied to New Zealand was as the title of a poem about New Zealand written by Thomas Bracken. It was published in a book of his poems in 1890, and again in 1893 in a book entitled Lays and Lyrics: God's Own Country and Other Poems. God's Own Country as a phrase was often used and popularised by New Zealand's longest serving prime minister, Richard John Seddon. He last quoted it on 10 June 1906 when he sent a telegram to the Victorian premier, Thomas Bent, the day before leaving Sydney to return home to New Zealand. Just leaving for God's own country, he wrote. He never made it, dying the next day on the ship Oswestry Grange. Bracken's God's Own Country is less well known internationally than God Defend New Zealand which he published in 1876. The latter poem, set to music by John Joseph Woods, was declared the country's national hymn in 1940, and made the second national anthem of New Zealand along with God Save the Queen in 1977.
In Australia, the phrase God's own country was often used to describe the country in the early 1900s, but it appears to have gradually fallen out of favour. The phrase God's Country is often used to describe Queensland and the Sutherland Shire in southern Sydney
Kerala tourism logo.
Kerala is a state in south India; the phrase was adopted by the tourism department of the state's government in the 1980s. Kerala is famous for its Ayurvedic treatments, high mountains, gorges and deep-cut valleys, lush and evergreen rain forests, coconut palms, backwaters, and food items. According to Hindu mythology, Kerala was created by Lord Parashurama, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu by throwing his axe across the sea to create new land for his devotees to live peacefully, hence the expression.
The phrase God's own country was heard during the 1970s in Rhodesia (formerly: Southern Rhodesia, now: Zimbabwe), where most people perceived the land as beautiful despite the ongoing Bush War of the time.
Bed and Breakfast in Arkansas: The Victoria at Bentonville.
Whether you are looking for a Hotel, Boutique Hotel or a Bed and Breakfast in Bentonville, Arkansas, you should consider booking at The Victoria B & B! The Victoria is a beautiful inn that adjoins the pedestrian entrance to the world class Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. The Victoria B & B is located two short blocks north of the Downtown Bentonville Square and is within walking distance of quaint bistros and boutique shops. Peel Mansion Museum, Compton Gardens, Walmart 5-10 Museum, Native American Art Museum, walking trails, & bike trails can also be found nearby The Victoria B & B.
Situated in the gorgeous Ozark Mountains, The Victoria B & B is the perfect base for touring through the Ozarks. The Mildred Cooper Chapel and Pea-ridge Civil War Battle Field are within a ten minute drive and Eureka Springs within a one hour drive.Fayetteville where the University of Arkansas is located, home of the Razorbacks, is just a thirty minute drive from The Victoria B & B
Straight Branch Falls, Damascus, VA
Straight Branch Falls, Damascus, VA. Shot 5/6/14. A roadside treat. Another nice surprise!