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Well, nearly everyone bailed out on us so it was a small group. But it was an awesome ride. There was nearly no traffic at all and our second run was completely uninterupted! Plus, the weather was perfect, sunny and 50 degrees. What a blast! I don't think I will be heading back as the road is a bit to tight if your not in something like a CRX or a 125 shifter kart. But it was fun. There are however, far better roads in Georgia for these cars. We will plan another run through north Georgia in March. I think we will have a better trun out with warmer weather and no Super Bowl. Stay tuned.
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That shot is from the Overlook pull off on the Tail of the Dragon. I went down to Deals Gap last July when the Miata's took over the last weekend of the month. Excellent roads, friendly people, and great weather.
__________________ Kevin SOLD to the man in Maryland! 04 RX-8 BB Red/Black GT AT
I went in December, lots of fun. My girlfriend and I went at night, which was good, you can see all the oncoming headlights. We came back the long way, through Cherokee, and then stayed in Gatlinburg. The fog was so thick on the way back there were about 5 cars going about 10 mph. Scary with the snow on the sides of the road.
Forever means, all is not seen
Aleister Crowley is my co-pilot
I'm free to take comfort in my own personal nightmare
Sunlight Silver GT M/T Black Leather, Rotary Accents, clear side markers, spoiler, tint, other stuff
Owner since Aug. '03